Also known as Calcium Hydroxide, Hydrated Lime is so-named due to the restricted quantities of water that are added to it in order to make it safer for use, as well creating a product that is more stable.
Hydrated Lime is used in cement of sand and lime mortar. It is popularly used for repairing historic buildings, as well as building environmentally-friendly ones. It is popular with architects, contractors, quantity surveyors, conservationists and homeowners.
Hydrated Lime is incredibly easy to work with, and offers good water retention.