[Strawbale] Slaked lime

Dave Howorth dave at howorth....uk
Wed Apr 6 23:41:31 CEST 2011

Hi Jure,

I think terminology varies a bit depending on where you are. In the UK,
lime putty means pure slaked lime with an excess of water for example;
there's definitely no sand in it. Here's a link that explains various


Be aware of the big difference between 'hydrated lime' and 'hydraulic
lime' in particular. They sound similar, but they're quite different.

There are also links on that page to more information.

Cheers, Dave

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