Colored stone plaster for outdoor use

Due to its special properties, colored stone plaster can be used well as a surface coating or topcoat. The mosaic-like appearance of the slotted natural stone granules makes it visually interesting and often contrasting.

For heavily used outdoor areas

Buntsteinputz can only be used as a top coat, that is, it requires a correspondingly smoothed and also load-bearing flush. Due to its special properties, it is often found today on pedestals or in stairwells. Buntsteinputz is weatherproof, tough-stable and absolutely shock and scratch resistant. Especially as weather and moisture protection on a pedestal, it is therefore quite well suited. Depending on the grain size, which can go up to 2 millimeters or even more, it looks quite rustic, the added quartz sand ensures a mosaic-like appearance. Although it is made of synthetic resin, it is permeable to diffusion, which is particularly positive for the base areas of houses.

Decorative contrasts for the pedestal

The mosaic-like appearance is available in many different shades, in addition, also provide different grain sizes available, usually 1.2 or 2 millimeters, for a very rustic look and significantly different effects. Depending on the manufacturer, the color palette varies in size in order to find your very special contrasting tone, so it is worthwhile to compare the color palettes of several manufacturers and to compare different grain sizes.

Buntsteinputz at the base of houses ensures that moisture arising escapes from the walls, but moisture from the outside can not penetrate to the building fabric.

Requirements for application

Buntersteinputz is a thin-layer plaster and therefore only suitable as a surface coating. The underlying plaster must be smooth rubbed off in any case, otherwise the adhesion of the Buntsteinputzes can be problematic. In addition, in the outdoor area, a very clean and expert processing is necessary to actually achieve a sufficient protection against moisture from the outside. Especially the building sockets are particularly susceptible to moisture, but if the sealing ability is insufficient, severe damage to the building fabric can quickly occur. After processing, the colored stone plaster must set for three days and then takes about three weeks to dry completely.

Video Board: external plastering (pebble dashing)