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Lime Plaster (NON-HYDRAULIC) Finish Coat Union Jack Made in United Kingdom

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  • Typical delivery £10.74 typical delivery, Estimate Delivery

The finest component applied onto lime plaster base coat to provide a smoother, visible finish.

  • Premixed Lime Plaster
  • Made with Matured Lime Putty
  • 100% Natural and Breathable
  • Quality and Consistency
  • CE Certified

Product Details

High Standards

Non-hydraulic lime plaster is CE certified and is manufactured to British Standards BS EN 998-1:2016 following heritage guidelines.

Authentic, Pure and Simple

100% natural, breathable and sustainable. The plaster doesn't contain anything artificial, no additives or plasticisers and absolutely, certainly no cement.


Inside the bag you'll find a premixed lime mortar, ready to use, it is made with matured non-hydraulic lime (commonly known as “lime putty” or “fat lime putty”).

Non-hydraulic lime plasters set by carbonation, very gradually. This characteristic gives the product a long shelf life providing that the material is kept sealed air-tight preventing carbonation.

The plaster may stiffen over time in storage but can be “knocked up” again and again to the ideal consistency providing it is stored correctly.

Economy & Convenience

These bags are popular with building contractors as they're economical and practical for projects large and small.

Orders for 8 or more bags are typically delivered using the UK's largest pallet network companies to keep delivery costs to a minimum.

If space is tight on-site you can call us to arrange partial delivery of your goods on different dates. We'll find a solution that works best for you.


BS EN 998-1:2016
25kg (approx.)
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Lime Putty
BS EN 459-1:2015
BS EN 13139-1:2015
1,525 kg/m³ ± (at 91 days)
Vapour permeability
0.92 grams / 100mm² / 24hrs ±
Compressive strength
0.75 N/mm² ± (at 91 days)
Flexural strength
0.74 N/mm² ± (at 91 days)
Resistance to freeze thaw
(10 cycles)
Resistance to sulphate exposure
(26-50 cycles)
Resistance to freeze thaw in sulphate conditions
10 cycles
Capillary rise
Very high
(126-150mm in 6 hours)
Mortar durability class
1 to 2
Carbonation rate
Initial set
Overnight ±
2mm per calendar month ±
Shelf life
Indefinite Potentially Keep Sealed Airtight§

* Masonry density can vary by quarry, manufacturer, age and condition of material, this information serves only as a general guide, disclaimer.

** Exposure is approximated and can vary, this information is presented as a general guide, disclaimer.

Technical data is approximated as it can vary significantly depending on various factors, particularly weather conditions. The information presented outlines typical behaviour you might expect in the United Kingdom with ambient temperatures of 10°C in sheltered areas with low exposure to wind and moisture. The information is nevertheless useful to establish the relative properties and performance of different products, disclaimer.

The colour of the mortar will continue to lighten until it fully cures. This difference in colour can be quite dramatic. In good weather, the mortar will appear much lighter after 10 days.

§ Products must be sealed airtight in their packaging during. Material will stiffen over time when sealed but can be 'knocked up' back to a workable state.

Disclaimer It is the customer's responsibility to determine the suitability of this product. Samples should be prepared and approved before complete application of this product. Appropriate testing should be undertaken prior to application where compressive strength or density are a critical factor.