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Lime - got some extra quick lime that needs a home  RSS feed

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Location: Central Maryland 6b
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In need of lime for plaster or whatever? I've got more than I can use and would like to see it get some use. I probably have a good 20 buckets full of it. It is a few years old and came bagged in pebble form but has absorbed some moisture over the years and some has become powdered. I far as I know it will still be fine for plaster as long as you hydrate and age it. I'm in union bridge, maryland. The product is from carmuese lime and stone, and is a HiCal pebble lime. Let me know if you want it. Thanks
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