Today's modern materials allow us to recreate or redesign home interiors, and even restoring historical and rich architectural features and unique layouts that might have been worn out. Instead of carving patterns out of wood or plaster, today's stuccos are manufactured using easier, cheaper, faster, and more environmentally friendly polyurethane.
Cornice Z153 is made of a shock and water-resistant material with a fine paintable surface which allows the finest details to appear clearly. The material is sandable and easy to process with standard hand tools during the installation. When cleaning, the material can withstand moisture and most solvents, and can be painted with all sorts of paint.
The installation of cornices is quite simple. You can take the measurements and do the cutting by yourself using standard hand tools for sawing, grinding, and processing the setting up. If you happen to use superfluous glue, this can easily be dealt with by an immediate wiping off with water or mild soap solution. When the cornices are set up and you have clogged the gaps with latex joints, you may then paint over the cornice to make it blend in with the ceiling and the wall. Larger cornices are easier to mount with the help of a dyckert nail or screw.