Stucco Fine by Kreidezeit is a very easy-to-use polished plaster for very fine stucco works on smooth surfaces in the interior. Mimicking Venetian plaster, two wafer-thin layers produce a polished, deep transparency.
Stucco Fine is designed to be plastered in very thin coats with special trowels or spatulas. The overall thickness will usually be between 0.5 and 1 mm. The number of coats depends on the desired effect with the layering of colours possible with this type of polished plaster. It also has a natural fungicidal effect and can therefore also be used in damp rooms without any problems.
Venetian Plaster has been used since the middle ages to create stunning finishes. There are many differing names in use today for this type of finish – these kinds of plaster are often called ‘polished plaster’ or ‘marbled plaster’ because of the typical finishes that can be achieved.
Suitable surfaces for application are untreated, even and absorbent plasters: lime plasters, lime cement plasters, cement plasters and gypsum plasters. Ideal for application on Kreidezeit Lime Wall Finish Smooth.
Unsuitable surfaces are old glue-bound distemper coatings, chalking lime coatings, oil paints, latex- and plastic coatings, wood and wood-based material, metal and all even, non-absorbent surfaces as well as permanently humid surfaces.
Whilst the images below are taken from actual polished plaster samples, they should only be treated as a guide to the achievable colour as we cannot guarantee accuracy based on device settings.
*Note: The colours marked with an asterisk contain a blue pigment which is not lime-fast. It is therefore advised that they be used immediately when mixed or the colour will fade.
- Powder to be mixed with water.
- Easy to use.
- Natural white due to fine marble flour.
- Without Titanium White.
- Water repellent after treatment with Kreidezeit Polishing Soap.
- High gloss finish after treatment with Kreidezeit Punic Wax.
- Viscosity: paste-like after mixing with water.
Marble lime hydrate, marble flour, cellulose, clays, methyl cellulose.