Tadelakt

http://www.tadelaktsydney.com.au/contacts.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tadelakt
Ingredients:

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Application;
1. apply lime plaster.
2. let dry
3. rub with smooth stone to compact lime
4. apply olive oil soap and work into surface systematically

olive oil soap one tea spoon per litre water.

http://candleandsoap.about.com/od/coldprocesssoapmaking/ss/sscpsoap.htm
http://candleandsoap.about.com/od/coldprocesssoapmaking/ss/ssmakelye.htm

making soap using the cold process method.

The first thing you’ll need to start making soap is a recipe.

Because it takes time to cool, make your lye solution first, and set it aside in a safe place.

LYE
Weigh the distilled water

After you have weighed both the water and the lye, slowly add the lye to the pitcher of water. Be careful not to make any splashes. (You’re wearing your safety goggles, right?!)

Note: ALWAYS add the lye to the water, not the other way around. Adding the water to the lye can cause a volcano-like reaction in the pitcher.

Gently stir the mixture until the lye is completely dissolved.

The mixture will start to get hot, and may even begin to steam or make bubbling or boiling sounds. Just continue to stir until the solution is thoroughly mixed.

After stirring, put the lid on the lye-water pitcher and set it in a SAFE place to cool. The lye will be ready to use when it cools down to about 100 degrees.

Even though the lye-water is put aside, you still need to be safe.
Recipe #1
50 oz. olive oil
16 oz. water
6.7 oz. lye
Between 1.5 and 2.2 oz of fragrance or essential oil, according to your preference


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