Mineral finish for indoor use, in order to produce decorative plasterwork that is shiny and marble-like. It presents good plasticity and transparencies.
Suggested applications: the embellishment of walls and roofs on commercial premises, in private dwellings, institutions, offices…. Some of the product’s magnificent properties include the following: it is highly permeable with regard to water vapour, it is antistatic, flame resistant and ages well.
Substrates: they must be clean, dry, well-cohered, and free of any sort of contaminants that might impair the adherence of their specific bases.
Bases: Quartz primer (grit present) for this plaster; we advise diluting this primer with 7-10% water.
Another option is to apply the glazing background (it does not contain grit, and it functions as an anti-moisture barrier).
Application tools: spray application for initial layers, stainless steel trowel, and stainless steel spatula.
Cleaning of tools: water.
Dilution of plaster: use water, when necessary.
Application temperature: 7 ºC minimum-32 ºC maximum, (this temperature applies both to the substrate as well as to the environment).
Obtaining of colours: the twenty colours of this chart have been obtained with the formula located on the lower right side of the sheets: 5kg of Classic Venetian Plaster (VC)+ 1,250 gram. can of Toner, except in those cases corresponding to Toner numbers 010 and 016 where two 250 gram cans have been added, respectively. In order to obtain gradient colours (lower intensity), just add less Toner. All toners may be mixed among themselves to obtain other colours. In order to colour this material, apart from the 20 colours referred to in the colour card. In order to homogenize the Toners with the plaster, stir with the electric mixer.
Packaging: 1-5-10 kg. It comes in thixotrophic paste; stir before use.
Protection and/or glazing: Wax for Plasters, consult the summary of product characteristics in order to correctly apply it to this plaster.
Theoretical performance: This depends on the number of coats applied, the substrate, texture or absorption of same; the consumption of material may diverge from the table that we have attached as a guide:
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