Historically, stuccos were made through carving patterns out of wood. Several hundred years later, the wood was replaced by stucco in plaster. Today, it is much easier! In the early 1960s, new materials developed, and they almost became the only ones used today, namely polyurethane and polystyrene (styrofoam). These contemporary materials brought forth great creativity and potentials to recreate, repair, and redesign architectural buildings, aesthetic places and interiors: new as well as old. More importantly, the new method is cheaper, faster to fabricate, easier to set up, and more environmentally friendly.
The product is made of polyurethane, which is an impact-resistant material. Items made of polyurethane are easy to repair if accidents or damages should occur, and can withstand all kinds of paint.
The product can be mounted with glue; superfluous glue can simply be immediately wiped off with water or mild soap solution. For more detailed instructions, please refer to the Instructions for Use.
Polyurethane is considered to be the best material: it is impact-resistant and withstands all kinds of paint. This excellent material can be used indoors and outdoors all year round; even in cold and rainy areas. It should be noted though that the surface should be painted for a comprehensive protection from the UV rays.