There are polished waxes and varnishes in the product line, which are created specifically to enhance and emphasize the texture, to give a “pearlescent” or “metallic” shine, to protect against pollution and moisture, as well as to create a cracking effect. All products are certified for use in children’s and medical institutions. You can simply check this website for the best understanding of the polished plastering.
Polished plaster is divided into 2 main types, textured plaster and thin-layer plaster. The textured plaster is used to simulate travertine stone, marble, as well as modern loft-style interiors. Despite its texture, it is not necessarily rough to the touch. It can be perfectly smooth.
It means a thick coating layer that can hide the unevenness of the walls. Textured means anti-vandalism.
Thin-layer plasters make the effects of silk, fabrics, metal. Thin layer plaster, not paint. It has the same strong and flexible binder as textured plaster. It is only filled not with crushed marble, but with mother-of-pearl or matte powder. By the way, the powder that is used in cosmetology and polished plaster is the same. This indicates the environmental friendliness of the product.
A thin layer in the living rooms and bedrooms
Thin-layer plaster is a more delicate material, it is not as easy to spoil it as wallpaper or paint, but still lighter than textured plaster. Therefore, often textured plaster is used in the corridors, on flights of stairs, in the kitchen. In our assortment there are Polished plasters, plasters with the effect of stone tufa, travertine, marble, concrete, as well as the classic “bark beetle” and “pebble”. These are environmentally friendly and fireproof materials that provide coating strength, i.e. walls covered with polished plasters will last more than one year.
- On the Internet there are many lessons on self-applying plaster, in practice, customers often overestimate their strength. We select the material in accordance with the requirements of the client, we make trial colors. Unlike other coatings, the plaster is laid evenly without seams and can be used on both flat and curved surfaces.
- Each type of polished paint or plaster requires a special approach to the selection of tools and application techniques. However, there are some common solutions. So, it is recommended to apply thin-layer polished plasters “Mirage” and “Sea Breeze” with a wide brush, evenly distributing the filler (glass balls or river sand) on the surface, forming the intended pattern.
Textured polished coatings can easily be combined with thin layers and have a huge variety of application options that depend on the imagination of the master.
Main tool: trowel or putty knife
The technology of applying polished plaster includes several main stages, and here it does not play a big role, what polished coating and in which technique will be applied. Each stage is very important, without observing this sequence you will not get the desired result. It is very important to conduct a trial application of the selected effect in order to evaluate the final result.