All plastering systems and solutions, depending on application conditions (humidity conditions, thickness of application, indoor or outdoor space)
Rules for a correct application of repair mortars
Avoid large thicknesses (> 2 cm) in a layer. For larger thicknesses apply two or more layers of the same plaster, applying the second layer as the first is still wet.
Make the surfaces smooth with the basic plaster (plaster or first level plaster) and not with the scratch or finishing.
The final layer of plaster is applied after the basic plaster has dried completely (> 20 days).
Scratch the surface to reduce stress, contractions.
Do not use too much water when sanding.
Keep the working joints (wherever they exist) or create expansion joints every 4m when large surfaces are plastered.
In places where there is dange of rising humidity, place suitable membrane to cut it.
Cover the top plaster endpoints (such as rails) with marble, and use the window gowns to avoid excessive wetting of plastered surfaces.
Fresh plastered surfaces must be protected from rain, frost, strong wind and intense sunlight.
During the application, but in the next 24 hours, the temperature of the environment and the substrate should be between + 5 ° C and + 35 ° C.
During the summer months, the plastered surfaces should be slightly moistened for 2-3 days after plastering.