Answer: a natural lime-based coating, colored or not with pigments.
Very present in the North African countries from which it originates, tadelakt is a plaster based on lime from Marrakech, added with water and which can be tinted. Perfectly waterproof and ecological, the tadelakt can be used in all rooms of the house and is particularly recommended in humid rooms such as bathrooms. Its implementation requires a certain know-how. The tadelakt is installed with a float on a healthy wall, generally in two passes. In order to give it a soft and satiny appearance, you must smooth it with a pebble by making small circular gestures. A mixture of water and black soap applied every 6 months will allow you to maintain its shine and its waterproofness. If the mixture of lime and pigments seems complicated, there are ready-to-use and already tinted tadelakts on the market. All you have to do is choose the color that suits you to give your interior a Mediterranean flair. video id = "0" / Our practical DIY videos