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[Cob] Wisconsin cob?Janet Standeford janet.standeford at gmail.com
Sun Jul 11 11:19:32 PDT 2010
Hi evveryone, I had a chance to work on some cob that went over straw bales down the road and the finish before earth plaster is lime soaked straw, chopped fine first. I this how everyone else done this? First they soaked 8 gal chopped straw for 1/2 hr (when taken out- barely dripping) in 10 oz lime plaster to 4 gal water. Then they mixed 3/4 gal lime plaster slurry with 2 gal clay slurry then added 2 gal packed sand and then added the wet straw. This was mixed in a mixer. Janet Standeford OR www.buildingnaturally.info (Owned by you) A resource for healthy homes. On 7/11/2010 10:10 AM, Tys Sniffen wrote: > Hey folks, > > > > I'm headed back to my home state of Wisconsin the 2nd week in August. Would > there be any cob homes to look at somewhere between Oshkosh and Minneapolis? > We're in plaster prep stage, and I'd love to put my hands on some finished > walls to know what I'm trying to go for. > > > > Sorry to all those international folks on the list, but I had to ask. > > Tys > > _______________________________________________ > Coblist mailing list > Coblist at deatech.com > http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist > >
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