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Stamped wall

Plam Stone. The stamped plaster with stone, brick, rock or wood effects

Stamped wall

Plam Stone stamped plaster is an innovative solution that allows you to create spectacular decorative wall coverings, recreating suggestive faux stone, brick, rock and wood effects. The cladding times with the stamped wall technique are fast and at the same time resistant. The surface is made with a special transpiring mortar, easily workable, which is printed with special molds to imprint the desired decoration. Stamped walls are applied in thicknesses ranging from 10 to 20 millimeters and are colored, choosing from a wide range of colors.

Living room
Rustic effect creative concrete
Parks and holiday villages
Restaurant interior design
Wall decor
Common spaces
Spa and wellness center

The stamped plaster is extremely versatile and can be applied on practically any type of surface, such as concrete, masonry, brick, stone, plasterboard, polystyrene and even wood, after preparing the base and using a specific primer to better adhere the stamped plaster. Furthermore, the stamped wall can be created indoors and outdoors. Thanks to the use of protective agents, the surface becomes water-repellent, anti-mold and resistant to atmospheric agents. In addition to stamped walls with this technique, it is also possible to create columns, fireplaces, arches, decorative elements and furnishing accessories.

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Render Plam Stone
  1. Preparation of the substrate with application of the Deco Primer Base bonding primer;
  2. Application of Plam Stone mortar, mixed with water, in thicknesses from 1 to 2 cm;
  3. Molding of the still fresh Plam Stone with special Isoplam molds and rolls, pre-treated with Plam Liquid Rele liquid release agent;
  4. Correction of Plam Stone with special Isoplam tool kit after about 24 hours;
  5. After drying (about 48 hours) color the Plam Stone as desired with Plam Wax or Plam Paint;
  6. Application of the protective choice: Plam Sealing/O, Plamacryl or Plam Wax colorless.
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