Koroted plaster: what is

To date, a fairly large number of plasters are presented on the building materials market, which include decorative plaster. But plaster is so diverse material that decorative plaster is divided into a fairly large number of separate varieties. One of the varieties of decorative plasters is the Kideot plaster. This plaster is a dry mix of which contains the smallest granules, which create the effect of the old tree, which is supposedly eaten by the same bark beetle. By the way, the Catalog/ITEMGROUP/9-Kley-Dlya-Dereva-I-Fanery website is now very popular.

“Bark beetle” can be finished with walls both outside and inside the buildings. The main advantages of this plaster include high resistance to atmospheric precipitation, low and high temperatures, as well as an excellent confrontation of natural wear. By color, this plaster is initially white, so before applying it requires collection for the required color and shade.

To apply this plaster, several mandatory tools are required, this is a plastic grater, a spatula, a bucket and drill for which there is a nozzle for a mixer.

Before applying the “bark beet”, preparation of the surface of the walls is necessary. Firstly, the walls of the walls should be perfectly flat, secondly, they should not have any defects for example cracks or potholes, and the third surface of the walls must be primed.

During the preparation of the mixture, as it is already understood, a bucket in which mixing and drill with a nozzle under the mixer through which the mixture process itself occurs by the mixing is already used. During the preparation of the “bark beetle”, a mixture should be obtained that should not be, not too liquid and not too thick.

Bark beetle is different from applying ordinary plaster. The main difference is that after application it is necessary to wait in the region of 15 minutes and then, with the help of a plastic grater, grind the entire surface, creating a pattern.