Fine plaster for the interior

Fine plaster surfaces form the ideal framework for modern living design. The design options are versatile. If the personal taste changes over the years, the fine plaster can later be painted over. Fine plaster remains a noble and versatile wall surface in the long term.

Fine wall surfaces look classy

Fine plaster is also referred to as finishing plaster. Perfectly applied fine plaster ensures an attractive wall look indoors. If a colored fine plaster is used, the walls do not need to be additionally painted. If the plaster is neutral, can be done any color coat. Already painted by the manufacturer fine plaster acts naturally. Depending on the light he shimmers after drying in different shades. The plaster wall can be wallpapered without any problems if it is a gypsum plaster. The gypsum plaster does not bind too much moisture. Other types of plaster would absorb the wallpaper paste and the wallpaper would not have good adhesion to the wall.

Synthetic resin plaster can repair

When renovating walls, even small cracks can be permanently bridged and repaired with synthetic resin plaster. Synthetic resin plaster, also called dispersion plaster, is sufficiently elastic and extremely resistant. In the interior, its processing is controversial. Synthetic resin plaster prevents the exchange of moisture and closes the wall. This can be favored in the worst case mold growth. To rule out such late damage, you should seek professional advice before a possible use of synthetic resin plaster.

Do not forget problem corners

Thoroughness in plastering pays off. Indoors, the hard-to-reach areas are often forgotten. They lie behind installation pipes, under the windowsill, behind panels and in other difficult corners. Disguise should be removed before starting plastering. So no cracks and gaps can be overlooked. By not plastered wall gaps and joints drafts penetrates. It reduces the insulation value of the room and increases the heating demand.

Plaster with thermal insulation

The special thermal insulation plaster is well suited for the interiors of historic and listed buildings, where an external insulation would destroy the original building character. The insulating plaster in the interior improves the insulation of the house noticeably without optical losses.

Tips & Tricks

If possible, plaster a whole room in one go. Otherwise they risk structural differences and an inharmonious overall picture. As a beginner, it's best to start with the smallest space. Clever plastering will then be learned quickly through practice.

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