Im­print­ing is a dec­o­ra­tive stucco for in­te­ri­ors with an acrylic styrene resin base. Be­ing a dec­o­ra­tive prod­uct with a cer­tain thick­ness, it can be im­printed and its very pli­able.

As a re­sult it is par­tic­u­larly suit­able for cre­at­ing tex­turised ef­fects with im­pres­sions made by rags, rollers, ob­jects and tools cho­sen by the de­signer, the dec­o­ra­tor or even the end user. Im­print­ing is ready to use for thick­nesses up to 2 mm and can be used on ir­reg­u­lar sur­faces and ap­plied also in a sin­gle coat to cre­ate a wide range of sur­face ef­fects. The ex­cel­lent fill­ing ca­pac­ity and high mask­ing power also makes it suit­able for sur­faces that are not per­fectly smooth. The stucco can be coloured in a wide range of shades with the MaxMeyer colour sys­tem. In the photo: Im­print­ing stucco with a mesh pat­tern achieved by press­ing ex­ter­nal ther­mal in­su­la­tion onto it.

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