I have 18 bags of 3.5 NHL. They have been stored in the house the entire time and are dry. I paid $50.00 a bag for them and they are 55 pounds each. I will sell all 18 for 450.00 ($25/bag) if some one wants to come get them in Junction City, CA. Please contact me at the email in this blog post for more information.
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Using a lime finish coat over a base of clay plaster is a recipe for disaster. I have heard of far too many failures when using this technique. Please read on and do not try this technique on your project.
Some people tell you to add dry lime to your stack of straw bales before you build your straw bale house. I disagree.
Some friends of ours who are very involved in the grass roots movement are building their own straw bale house in Australia. They plan on using it as an eco farm stay once it’s completed. They are doing amazing in their build and have created a web site of their progress with some great photos. […]
There are so many things to consider when choosing a plaster for your straw bale home. I will try and give a quick outline here to get you all started on the path of inquiry. There are many decision to be made and many details to consider in those decisions. The plaster is the thing […]