Rolling plaster for the interior

Rolling plaster for inside has several advantages: It is quick and problematic to process itself, can be customized and then forms, unlike the cleaning with the trowel by the use of the role from the outset an interesting structure.

Rolling plaster for interior: the fast, homemade solution

Since no special skill is required for the application of rolling plaster, and unlike cleaning with a trowel here not really exercise is required, the rolling plaster is also a good way to plaster its interior walls itself quickly and cleanly. The structure of the roll also creates a light texture on the wall just by applying the plaster, which can often be visually more attractive than completely smooth walls. Additional structuring with structured sponges, surface brushes or a structural roller is also possible with roller plaster afterwards. The plaster itself can also be tinted with appropriate color additives - a subsequent brushing is possible with roll plaster, but in some cases not necessary, especially if plasters are used on resin-based. Where it is particularly important to a particularly good breathability of buildings, but you should rather resort to mineral plasters, here is a prior consultation in any case makes sense.

On which surfaces can roll plaster be used?

Basically on almost all surfaces - the only requirement is that particularly absorbent substrates are previously primed at least once with a deep background. For chalking and very absorbent surfaces, a second coat may be recommended to fix the surface really well. The application of the plaster may only be started when the foundation has completely dried. For wallpapers, there is the so-called bubble test: Press a damp sponge for about ten to twenty seconds on the wallpaper. If it beats bubbles, it is not suitable as a substrate, and must be removed, as well as any remaining adhesive residue. If the wallpaper does not work, you can apply the roller brush directly to it.

Video Board: Paint roller for easy and quick textures, nap finish plastering