Primers and plasters for a beautiful surface
There are many possibilities when it comes to decorating walls. Plaster is also very popular, it can be structured and coloured according to your own tastes. For all work, however, it is important to prepare the substrate well before painting or hanging woodchip paper or wallpaper. The deep primer, which has a particularly important function on absorbent and sanding materials, is suitable for this purpose.
Mineral substrates such as plaster, screed, concrete and gypsum are often highly absorbent and sanding. With these materials, it is therefore useful to prepare the surface first with a deep primer. It solidifies the porous surface and compensates for differences. Subsequently, the desired paint, wallpaper or other materials can be applied to the surface without any problem, as the primer also provides better adhesion.
The deep primer forms the basis
A deep primer can be made on the basis of water or a solvent. The water-soluble products are used indoors and outdoors, while the solvent-based primers are usually only used outdoors. If, on the other hand, you want to wallpaper or plaster a suspended ceiling or a wall made of gypsum plaster board, our ADLER TiroGrund with fine quartz offers a particularly good pretreatment primer.
In the case of wallpapering, the preparation of the substrate has the advantage that the wallpaper can be easily stripped again later. If you want to paint a surface with a wall paint, priming means that you require less paint. In addition, a primer is very well suited to create a balance between materials which differ in their absorbency. By using a deep primer you can therefore make the work easier, save money and achieve a better overall result.
Plaster can be personalised
Plaster is mainly known as a coating for the exterior facade. However, it is also an interesting alternative to wallpaper, woodchip paper and other wall cladding in the interior of the house. Plaster has the great advantage that it is very robust and can be cleaned. This makes it very durable even in private households and in commercial real estate, where it is subjected to heavy stress. Furthermore if required, painting enables the colour of plaster to adapt to new furnishings.
However, plaster is also very popular among creative people. It can be given an interesting structure with the simplest tools such as a brush. Through subsequent painting it gets additional beautiful light effects.
If you want to decorate your walls with plaster, you can find Aviva Tiro-Putzgrund from our shop, which can also be easily worked with by laymen. Subsequent painting with the decorative glaze finish from our shop ADLER-Farbenmeister creates an interesting appearance.