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Green Building Bible, Fourth Edition
Green Building Bible, fourth edition (both books)
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    After lime rendering our house last year, we're left with some unopened, unused tins of breathable paint.

    SecilTEK AD25 primer
    SecilTEK SP01 main coat, in seashell colour which is pale cream with a faint pink tinge. Well apparently, to me it's just cream but my wife tells me otherwise :D You can see what it looks like on the house here

    Primer is usually £50 plus vat per 15l tin looking for £40 all in. Have 5 tins
    main coat is usually £115 plus vat per 15l tin, looking for £100. Have 7 tins

    Open to offers.

    Paint information here: https://www.mikewye.co.uk/product/seciltek-silicate-paint-sp-01/

    I'm based near Barnstaple, North Devon, and you'd probably want to pick it up as it's heavy.
    thanks, I thought I'd try here first as I've had such great advice here over the years before putting it on the bay. That's the next stop.
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