Beeline glue size, LAP wallpaper paste and 1400 grade lining paper. Earthborn clay emulsion paint and distemper. Blackfriar oil-based primer, undercoat and high gloss.
> Unit cost £10 + Installation £20 = £30
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- Advice and support
Georgian run in-situ cornice prepared for the application of distemper – rabbit-skin glue and whiting – chalk.
- Energy and moisture
- Hygroscopicity and thermodynamics
- Research and performance
Pending – identifying the Smögåsbord of inappropriate materials.
Check tracks, remove lumps and fill hollows.
Fine Lime Plaster – Baumit Kalkin Glätt, rubbed back with 120 grit on the walls.
Putty – Hodgson multipurpose, cured with whiting (chalk) if necessary.
– Blackfriar, oil-based wood primer
Blackfriar – oil-based undercoat
Blackfriars – oil-based high gloss
Add 100 grams of Rabbit skin glue to 1 litre of cold water – Soak for 1 hour.
Add 1 litre of boiling water – stir.
Add further boiling water (about another litre)- until the temperature reaches precisely 57 degrees Celcius.
Stand for 24 hours.
Coverage – 10 m² per litre (mixed)
LAP – 250 grams packed, add 5 litres of cold water. (twice that specified on the packet) Lining paper needs to soak up lots of water to stretch and then shrink tight on the wall. Paste the paper twice as well as paste the wall with this wet paste mix.
Glue-size and whiting (Rabbit skin glue and chalk).
and 240 grit lining paper
Pre-construction phase, costings and analytics – brief, design, programme, schedule and team.
Beeline glue size, LAP wallpaper paste and 1400 grade lining paper. Earthborn clay emulsion paint and distemper. Black Fryers oil-based primer, undercoat and high gloss.
Peer to peer on-site training, practitioner support, structured tuition and open format learning.
- Risk assessment
- Vapour capacity
- Vapour resistance
- Systems thinking
- Team building
We’ll be working alongside experienced practitioners, learning how to design and plan, as well as the practical delivery.
We’ll consider the underlying objectives of the installation within the broader context of energy and moisture in the home.
We’ll look at the preparations that are required for the walls and how these affect the quality and speed of the installation.
We’ll apply glue size, lining paper, emulsion and distemper whilst understanding how these materials optimise hygrothermal capacity to manage moisture.
We’ll apply primer, undercoat, and gloss to understand how these materials optimise hygrothermal resistance to moisture at vulnerable dew points.
Lunch will be provided.
The content will be covered on days one and two, day three is optional providing an opportunity to practice, demonstrate and re-visit aspects of importance to you.
Free registration, and payment details to follow.
Drop in, take a look and maybe have a go!
- Tea and biscuits
We’ll look at the underlying objectives of the installation within the broader context of energy and moisture in the home.
We’ll demonstrate the preparation and application of paper and paint, discuss the appropriate material characteristics, and how the process affects the installation’s resilience and aesthetic.
Let us know you’re coming and we’ll put the kettle on.