@susan thanks a lot for all your help on this topic! Hope it goes on. Can I ask something, have yourself helped built a dome? Are you building one right now?
Another thing that’s critical is curing time, isn’t it?
@susan thanks a lot! I already bought SLS here in Mexico. I read here on the forum that a guy has been using this in any soup and gives great results. I hope I can get what I’m seeking. Creating aircrete has been a real challenge so far. Can’t wait to test this SLS. It would be very helpful to get in touch with Gabe and Rafa. I will seek that post of Bali 2019. If you found their emails and number first please share them. Thanks a lot!
@susan i just wanted to know if some has used sand. We don’t have 7th generation here in Mexico.so I’ve been looking for a dish soap that works. Since my tests have failed. Bricks are brittle, although after a few days they get harder and harder. I feel that I’m about to hit the ball out of the park haha... but i need to ask.
Hello guys, i'm building my home right now. i intend to use aircrete on my roof. i made a test in a 5 gal bucket. when ipoured water on the brick, it realley soaked up water, and made me wonder if i put it on my roof, will it prevent from going into my house. Right now my house, which is in Mexico at the north, Chihuahua; is made of . sheet metal. underneath i have giberglass as insulation. but i really want to have aircrete on it.
I have to say, that just a day and a half passed to make the water test. how long does it need aircrete for curing?
also, something bad happened in this test... my soap density was 60 grams per liter. i knew it was bad; still i needed to know what would happen. How critical is soap density?
since im building this house from scrat, i would like to make a slab, but... since it will be traffic on the flooring... can i mix it with sand?
here in Mexico, people are used to mix cement, rocks, sand and metal... this has been the recipe for a long time, and hasn't changed...
What would you recommend?