MB 2K.jpg
Lime Putty | Natural Selection
For over a thousand years, right up to recent times, high calcium limes were used as a binder in almost all mortars and plasters in Ireland. It continues to be used today, and is particularly suitable for the repair of old buildings. Stoneware Studios has put great time and resources into providing the very best lime putty.
RANGE OF USE
Safety Data Sheet
Shop Now
Used mainly on historic buildings, soft masonry and where exact mortar matches are important

Related Products

NHL 2.jpg

SECIL
NHL 2 

Secil 2 can be used for internal plastering 

CAL RJ.jpg

SECIL
CAL RJ

A general purpose breathable lime mortar for building or pointing stone, brick and block.  Ideal for conservation, restoration and newbuild. 

CAL AC FINO.jpg

SECIL 
CAL AC FINO

Secil Cal AC Fino is a fine finishing plaster with smooth finish

nhl white (1).png

RoundTower 
NHL 3,5 WHITE

Reveal panel in the iQ-Therm system

Lime Putty - Setting Stuff .jpg

Setting Stuff

Final skim coat for lime plaster.

NHL 3.5.jpg

SECIL 
NHL 3,5

Secil NHL 3,5 is ideally suited for bedding and pointing mortars.

CAL RB.jpg

SECIL 
CAL RB

Reabilita Cal RB is used for the conservation of old buildings and is also suitable for application onto substrates such as concrete, bricks or stone. etc.

ecoCORK.jpg

SECIL ecoCORK

Remmers iQ-Tex is used to take up movement in the substrate and is used for reinforcing areas of interior insulation.

Prompt Cement.jpg

PROMPT Natural Cement

Used to gauge traditional lime mortars and plasters, as well in situations that require rapid setting or exceptionally high compressive strengths

NHL 5.jpg

SECIL 
NHL 5

Secil NHL 5 is normally used for flooring such as limecrete floors or in highly exposed locations such as chimney flaunching etc.

CAL AC.jpg

SECIL 
CAL AC

Secil Cal AC is a finishing plaster

nhl white.png

RoundTower 
NHL 3,5 GREY

Wedge-shaped interior insulation panel in the iQ-Therm system

Lime Putty - Setting Stuff .jpg

Lime Putty

Used mainly on historic buildings, soft masonry and where exact mortar matches are important

 
function startup() { colorWell = document.querySelector("#colorWell"); colorWell.value = defaultColor; colorWell.addEventListener("input", updateFirst, false); colorWell.addEventListener("change", updateAll, false); colorWell.select();