Venetian Plaster

FINE ACRYLIC
STUCCO

Boero Venetian Plaster provides the modern elegance of stone and marble as well as the old-world finishes created by the master craftsmen of Renaissance and is available in an endless array of colors.

This finish is acrylic, low VOC. The Boero Venetian Plaster is a fine acrylic stucco that can be applied using a microfiber roller, then Back-Troweled or Troweled directly to the surface. Product is ready to use. A minimum of 3 coats is recommended.

 

 

Technical  data sheet (pdf)
Colour card (pdf)
Brochure (pdf)


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Colors and effects

Custom colors available
All colors shown on this colour card are merely indicative.

1 SUBSTRATE PREPARATION

Substrates must be sound, dry, clean and as smooth as possible. Tape off adjacent surfaces with the proper low tack tape. Patch serious imperfections, deficiencies, etc., with Boero Water-Resistant Gypsum Powder.
Application of Basecoat
Apply Micro Grit Primer or flat paint in a similar color to the Boero Venetian Plaster color.

2 APPLICATION OF VENETIAN PLASTER

The Boero Venetian Plaster is a fine acrylic stucco that can be applied using a microfiber roller, then Back-Troweled or Troweled directly to the surface. Product is ready to use. A minimum of 3 coats is recommended.

3 CLASSIC APPLICATION

1st Coat – Roller & Back-Trowel: Using a microfiber mini roller in corners and edges and a 9” microfiber roller in the large areas, apply the Boero Venetian Plaster in random rolled directions (up, down and diagonally, creating random “curving X’s”). Immediately “Back-Trowel” randomly using a Boero Stainless-Steel Flex Trowel to create the random pattern.Trowel: You may apply the Boero Venetian Plaster directly to the surface using a Boero Stainless-Steel Flex Trowel in a random “X” to create your desired pattern.
2nd Coat – Trowel: Apply the Boero Venetian Plaster directly to the surface using a Boero Stainless-Steel Flex Trowel in a random “X” to fill in and smooth the texture.
3rd Coat – Trowel: Apply the Boero Venetian Plaster directly to the surface using a Boero Stainless-Steel Flex Trowel in a random “X” to fill in and smooth the texture. Skim tightly. (For the highest sheen, when completely dry, sand the surface with 3000 grit sanding pad prior to final burnishing step).
4th Step: Burnish/Polish/Compress:
When the Boero Venetian Plaster is dry or nearly dry, create your desired level of sheen by burnishing/polishing/compressing using a Boero Stainless-Steel Prepared Trowel in random directions.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COVERAGE: 100-200 sq ft / U.S. gal for all 3 coats. (depending on the substrate and thickness applied).
DILUTION: Ready for use.
DRYING (at 70°F and 65% H.R.):
Touch dry: 1-2 hours.
Fully dry: 24 hours.
TOOLS: Roller, Boero Stainless-Steel Flex Trowel and Boero Stainless-Steel Prepared Trowel.
TOOLS CLEANING: Clean tools immediately after use with water.
STORAGE TEMPERATURE: Keep the product in a cool place and do not allow to freeze. Do not apply at temperatures below 40°F.
V.O.C.: Max. 100 g/L (0.83 lbs/gal)

We suggest these products for a perfect application cycle

GYPSUM POWDER

Water Resistant Stucco in Powder

The Boero Water Resistant, Gypsum Powder is the perfect finishing product for bare sheetrock installed in high humidity and coastal environments. This coating is compatible with water-base primers and paints.
This “industry-first” combination of Boero Water Resistant, Gypsum Powder with Boero Stain Resistant Texture provides a wall and ceiling finishing system that is extremely resistant to the affects continued exposure to water and high humidity. This breathable, mold resistant finishing system is prefect for bathrooms, spa rooms, all ceilings and walls in coastal environments continually exposed to high levels of moisture and constant humidity.

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MICRO GRIT PRIMER

Special Primer for Decorative Plasters

High-performance filling masking primer optimized as a base coat before applying stucco paste such as Venetian plaster etc. Easy to apply, it allows an optimal preparation of the wall helping to uniform the support, to mask any small imperfections and to improve the adhesion of the plaster.

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