Lime Paint Product Description:
More like a stain than paint, lime paint is absorbed into the wall, penetrating the background.
Once cured, the mineral paint allows the surface to breathe, becoming a peel-free surface as it allows humidity to escape.
It can be applied to gypsum plasters, drywall, lining paper, cement and lime backgrounds, bricks, blocks, and untreated timber. Can be applied with a natural bristle brush or sprayed
- Sold as a powder
- Available in 25 stock colors
- Custom colors are available upon request
Lime Paints – Recommendations & Data:
Vibrant and beautiful, the Le Décor – St. Astier lime paint range is the perfect compliment to lime plaster and suitable for most backgrounds. It can be applied to gypsum plasters, drywall, lining paper, cement and lime backgrounds, bricks, blocks, and untreated timber.
Mixing Lime Paint:
Fill the container with clean water to the beginning of the round opening from the bottom going up. Proper mixing is essential. When mixed it should be completely free of lumps or fine particles. For gallon and quart containers put the lid on securely and shake for 3-5 minutes to thoroughly mix the lime paint. For mixing a five-gallon pail blend using a drill mixer with a paddle attachment for 3-5 minutes to thoroughly mix. Best to let sit with the lid on for 24 hours before use. Stir and apply to per dampened masonry surface.
Color variations available:
Coverage 150-200 sq. ft. per gallon
What are the main differences between your mineral paints?
Check out our quick reference Mineral Paint Comparison Chart to learn more about the main differences between our Ecologic LimeWash Platinum, Ecologic Potassium Silicate Paint, Ecologic Colorwash Stain, and our Saint-Astier Lime Paint.
Lime Paint Colors
Many factors affect how these images may appear on your computer monitor and how it prints on your specific printer. It is suggested that you purchase the St. Astier Lime Paint Swatch to see the actual color. By purchasing the Paint Fan Deck you may view each swatch in the deck individually or hold one or more of these swatch cards to the surface of the wall to ascertain which stock color may be most appropriate for your application.