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A: Hi Carthon. The brick must be absorbent for the paint to get in below the surface where the calcification process takes place. That's what keeps the limewash in place. We recommend doing a water test to see if the surface can absorb water easily. Sealed or previously painted brick or stone is not ideal for Classico Limewash.
A: Hi Mary! First calculate your paintable area. A 15L bucket should cover around 1200 paintable square feet (different from the living square footage) at the lowest recommended dilution of 50% (2 parts product to 1 part water). But this is a very hard question to pinpoint. The absorbent nature of brick can vary, some types will soak up more paint than others.
A: This applies like paint so you can cover the stone light or heavy. Easy to work with so don’t worry. If for some reason you want it a little lighter you can wash off lightly..
A: Hello. There is no need to rinse after application. If the surfaces temps get high (over 80F) we would recommend dampening the brick prior to application.
A: All our colors are available in 1L sizes for purchase. If you'd like a brochure that includes our color chips, make your request at email@example.com and we will happily send one to you. Once you decide on a color, we always recommend purchasing the 1L for swatching before you order the full amount for your project.