Make spray plaster yourself and bring it to the wall


To plaster a wall is an easy and interesting alternative to wallpaper or other wall coverings. If you do not want to work with the trowel or with another hand tool, you can rely on spray plaster, which is very easy to process, dries quickly and can be applied almost on all surfaces. Read more about the advantages and the processing of this product.

Mix or apply spray plaster yourself

Spray plaster is a very easy-to-use agent that can be easily mixed like conventional plaster and brought to the wall with a suitable machine. When stirring and preparing the manufacturer's instructions should be considered as closely as possible in order to obtain an optimal result later. If you would like to color the spray plaster before applying it, you can also add a plastering tinting paint for this purpose. This makes it possible to get a finished surface immediately after plastering. It is important to choose the right spray plaster. There are several variants, usually two different grain sizes of 0.5 and 1.0 millimeters.

Advantages of this plastering material

There are numerous reasons for you to take sprayed plaster instead of another surface finish. In addition to the fact that it can be applied to almost all surfaces and dries very quickly, it offers the following advantages:

  • It is a vapor-permeable and odor-neutral material.
  • Spray plaster is very resistant to wear and can be easily repaired if necessary.
  • The seamless workmanship does not create any impact as with wallpapers.
  • In contrast to conventional plastering materials, spray plaster can be removed relatively easily.
  • The processing is done with special sprayers rational and time-saving.
  • Spray plaster can be used very well in sensitive areas such as kindergartens or hospitals.

Spray plaster is also suitable for painting

Alternatively, you can apply the spray plaster instead of a machine with a conventional paintbrush. Again, it makes sense to provide the plaster with a color to get the same a finished surface in the desired color. Please note, however, that the application of brushable spray plaster results in slightly lower layer thicknesses than with traditional plastering. The walls should therefore be sufficiently prepared beforehand and holes should be closed. For the spray plaster a suitable primer is necessary. Wallpapers should only be painted if they are very tight. If it is sanding surfaces, these must necessarily be pretreated.

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