A: You can use it on drywall but the process is much different than the way it's used outdoors on masonry surfaces. Please contact us at email@example.com so we can offer more in depth advice tailored to your situation and vision.
A: Hi lakehouse. As long as you used natural, mineral based products, and the surface is still absorbent, you can use Classico Limewash. We don't recommend it for steps or horizontal surfaces that where water may pool or is subjected to foot traffic. We would be happy to answer your question more indepth. Please send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will advise you how to prolong the look of your limewash finish and to prevent chalking on interior surfaces. Best Regards.
A: Hi Cesa, Classico Limewash is formulated to be easily applied onto Interior or Exterior unsealed, unpainted, and absorbent brick, stone, or masonry surfaces. It can also be applied to natural raw wood for artistic purposes. Limewash is designed to distress over time depending on the environment. For additional detailed information or questions please send an email to email@example.com Best Regards
A: Yes you can used on wood but not on your house wall’s
A: I doubt Romabio would recommend it, but could work depending what you're going for. Patio should be 100% clean, no residues. Then, let the lime fully cure before walking on it. High-traffic areas will likely wear faster, you can always recoat as needed.
A: Hi Lindy No. Classico Limewash is not recommended for areas which may be exposed to pooling water, including floors, patios, driveways, sidewalks, steps, horizontal surfaces, and high traffic areas. Best Regards