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Janet R

12:58PM | 09/27/00
Member Since: 08/20/00
2 lifetime posts
I am desperately seeking a recipe for the same plaster that was originally used on the wood lathe/plaster walls of my 1919 home. All I know for sure is that it has sand and horse hair, but what else?

Brew

06:57PM | 02/18/01
Member Since: 10/05/98
4 lifetime posts
In the early 1900's they would have used Selenetic Lime.

Today it would be Hydrated (autoclaved) Finish Lime,

Brew

Brew

06:57PM | 02/18/01
Member Since: 10/05/98
4 lifetime posts
In the early 1900's they would have used Selenetic Lime.

Today it would be Hydrated (autoclaved) Finish Lime,

Brew

Brew

06:58PM | 02/18/01
Member Since: 10/05/98
4 lifetime posts
In the early 1900's they would have used Selenetic Lime.

Today it would be Hydrated (autoclaved) Finish Lime,

Brew



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