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Oldcastle 50 lb. Type S Hydrated Mason Lime
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Oldcastle

50 lb. Type S Hydrated Mason Lime

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The Oldcastle 50 lb. Type S Hydrated Mason Lime is ideal for unit masonry construction. Its unique combination of strength and elasticity enables you to lay mortar quickly. Virtually eliminates the need for retempering.

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Reopointing 250 year old brick inside

Where can I purchase a mortar which isn't harder than the brick? What brand can I purchase?
Asked by: Vardongrip
I will keep this simple as possible : For older ,softer masonry units " brick and stone " from early century era here is the mortar mix recipe . " one part portland cement, two parts hydrated type s lime , nine parts clean washed sand" which is a type "o" historic soft low compression strength mix ".. dry mix very very thoroughly, only use clean water " as in well water " . municipal tap water is loaded with salts and chlorine that will only harm the mortar . Once mixed to desired consistency , pile it up and let sit for approx 15-20 minutes to let it hydrate , remix again before using . mix only enough that will be used within a 2-3 hour time period. try to keep your work area shaded out of direct sun . keep work area slightly dampened with use of a spray bottle , let joints harden to touch after placement before " tooling " , easy tooling for joint finishing is carving out excess mortar with use of a wooden dowel rod , this method works great for brick and stone mortar joints but joints must be hard to touch when doing this so it doesn't smear or make a mess etc . Air temps are a big factor and drying rates will vary . Do small areas at a time during the process . If working outside cover your work at the end of each day. Do not perform any work when temps are below 40 degrees or it will fail . You actually want an environment above freezing air temps when using mortar period . wear gloves due to cement being caustic . Take your time and enjoy it . My history : mason contractor for over 30 years specializing in repair, restoration , preservation
Answered by: Eastcoastmason
Date published: 2017-02-28

can regular hydrated lime be used jn place of type s mason lime

Asked by: butch
They are the same thing. This lime must be mixed with Portland based cement & sand/aggregate
Answered by: tony
Date published: 2016-12-01

Can this be used to stabilize expansive clay soils? Is there another product more suited for this?

Can this be used to stabilize expansive clay soils? Is there another product more suited for this?
Asked by: Scooter
Hi Scooter! I would recommend posting this question to our Garden Club. We have certified experts who could make the best recommendation for your project. http://community.homedepot.com/howto/topic/Project-Ideas-Garden-Club We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2017-01-31

Can I use this to make my own primer for my new sheetrock wall?

Can I use this to make my own primer for my new sheetrock wall?
Asked by: Painter
Thanks for your question. It cannot be used for that type of application. Lime is typically used as an additive for mortars, field markers, etc.
Answered by: Oldcastle Product Support
Date published: 2017-01-31
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