A: You apply one coat of the Classico Limewash in your desired color to your unpainted, unsealed, absorbent brick. Then once the product begins to dry, you distress it with either a hose stream, Light pressure washer, brush or rag, depending on the how much brick you want to expose and the effect you desire. You essentially have 24-48hrs to play with the look before it begins to cure as long as temps aren't too high. Email us for more detailed help at email@example.com.
A: I can't see the picture about which you speak but, if the original background of whatever you're painting is dark enough (or you've painted it a dark color before using the lime wash), all you have to do is allow the dark color to show through by either not brushing on the lime wash too thickly in various areas or by going back, while still wet, and wiping/brushing off some of the lime wash.
A: Hi Jickjack. Classico Limewash is not intended to be used on wood. It could be used artistically in places that won't encounter traffic, such as wooden ceiling beams, but the process would differ from the package directions and could vary case by case. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more guidance on any wood projects.
A: Hello. Our lime paints are fine for high heat areas in that they will not catch fire or melt. It is still susceptible to charring and soot just like brick would be.
A: We use it on our fireplace that was converted from wood burning to gas logs and have not had any issues.
A: We can send you color swatches from our Curated Collection. Please reach out to email@example.com and provide your mailing info. Ciao!
A: I’m not sure. My stones were gray, a hideous outdated gray. I used the product to change the color and give my room a modern and brighter look.
A: Hi Cmac. Yes, that should do the trick. We always recommend trying a 1L size to test it out before buying enough to do the whole house. The beauty of Classico Limewash is that you can play with it a bit before committing to it. Work in a shady spot to get more time to adjust the look. The best time to start distressing is when the brick appears to be drying but not completely dry. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need anymore help.
A: We used it to lime wash our interior fireplace. It looks great and we are very happy with the outcome!
A: Hi Jewn. You can use Classico Limewash for interior applications but it will require a primer coat of MicroGrip. For more info on how to take on your specific project, contact email@example.com. Ciao!
A: Great question! Classico Limewash is not recommended for areas which may be exposed to high traffic, pooling water or friction including floors, patios, driveways, sidewalks, steps, or benches. For more info contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: This product has great staying power on porous brick and this is what the product is meant for. If your floor Is porous brick and there is light traffic, I’d give it a shot. If you’re applying it to a cement floor, it will not stick.
A: Hi Alex. It is not recommended on patios, pool copings, or walkways.
A: Hi Jones Check for the Classico Limewash Nube Gray periodically. You can contact email@example.com for other alternatives. Best Regards
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