Marmorino plaster: Key features and their use

Posted on August 10, 2018 by Richard Cotgrove

Are you planning an office or home renovation? Are you looking for the best quality plaster? Do you want to give the walls a textured look? Are you afraid of the cracking ceilings and plaster at your house?

Well, we understand the kind of dilemma you are facing right now, but it is time for you to do away with it and trust our top quality Marmorino plaster which comes with high durability, sealed pores, light natural texture and ultimate colour combinations.

Listed below are some of the key features of Marmorino plaster :

  • High Durability

Being made up of lime, marble powder and finely crushed marble sand, Marmorino plaster is believed to be one of the most durable and highly resistant plaster material in the world. It's resistivity to corrosion and high pressure make it one of the most recommended plasters in the country

  • Colour Combinations

One of the key features that makes it the number one choice for our customers in the UK is its wide range of availability in varying colour combinations and textures. It is highly durable with a sealer or a wax. Marmorino plasters look best in all types of conditions - whether Matter or extremely polished.

  • Environment-friendly

What better than an environment-friendly plaster? Well, Nothing! Our Marmorino plaster is environmentally friendly, healthy and improves its quality over time. It can readily absorb moisture and thus naturally prevent any mold growth in the house.

Marmorino plasters are widely used in

  • roomsPrimed wood
  • Cement boards
  • Exteriors
  • Interiors etc.
  • We have given you enough reasons to give your house a well-deserved renovation with our marmorino plaster available in a wide range of colour combinations and varying textures. All you need to do is have a look at our colour collection and polished plasters available at a very reasonable price in the UK. We are one of the most trusted marble, Italian and polished plaster suppliers in the UK.

     


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