Originally, stuccos were made by carving out patterns in wood, but several hundred years later, industries developed stuccos in plaster instead. The contemporary material, Polyurethane, brought forth great creativity and potentials to recreate, repair, and redesign architectural buildings, historical heritage, aesthetic places and interiors: new as well as old. The decorations can be also painted so they may match well with the ceiling and/or wall. Additionally, the new method is cheaper, easier to fabricate and set up, and it is more environmentally friendly.
The product is made of the material polyurethane, an impact-resistant material. Products made of polyurethane are easy to repair if accidents or damages occur, and can withstand all kinds of painting.
The decorations can be mounted with glue; superfluous glue can be immediately wiped off simply with water or mild soap solution. For further instructions, refer to the Instructions for Use.
Polyurethane is a shock and water-resistant material with a smooth and paintable surface that accentuates the finest details and curves. The material is sandable and easy to process with standard hand tools when installing. The products can also be used outdoors, and when cleaning, the material can withstand moisture and most solvents; however, the surface must be painted against harmful UV rays.