limewash

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limewash

(ˈlaɪmˌwɒʃ)
n
a mixture of lime and water used to whitewash walls, ceilings, etc
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limewash

n(Kalk)tünche f
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Besides their matte aspect, which tries to replicate the appearance of old limewashes, these systems are usually formulated to have high vapor permeability in order to favor fast elimination of the moisture that old masonry walls frequently contain.
Limewashes have been coloured with natural pigments to colour the interior walls ('Marigold' in the cegin fawr and croglofft, 'Burnt Umber' in the parlwr).
I'm also including Farmer's Bulletin 1500 on Weatherproofing Earth (about making limewashes and casein milk paints), plus a free copy of The Dirt Cheap Builder's Catalog comes with the booklet.