Lime PaintLEARN: LIME PAINTS & BUILDING WITH LIME

We have started to create a series of articles about the use of lime paint which hopefully will be of interest.

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Does lime paint look different to normal paint?

Modern paints lack the depth that Lime paints provide with their natural matt finish. These paints have a darker appearance when mixed with water and tend to shine like crystals when in direct sunlight. Lime paint has the texture like none other which gets more exquisite each year instead of fading out. Lime paints are made using limestone, it is this limestone that gives Lime paint its natural white colour. Natural pigments are then added to produce a variety of colours, each with its own importance and aesthetic.