Wall moulding Z391
Today’s materials brought forth great creativity and potentials to recreate, repair, and redesign architectural buildings, aesthetic places and interiors: new as well as old! Originally, stuccos were made by carving out patterns in wood, but several hundred years later, industries developed stuccos in plaster instead. Today it has become way easier! In the early 1960s, new materials developed, and they almost became the only ones used today, namely polyurethane and polystyrene (styrofoam).
The wall mouldings are made of a shock- and water-resistant material with a smooth and paintable surface that accentuates the finest details and curves of the mouldings. The material is sandable and easy to process with standard hand tools. It can withstand moisture and most solvents, which makes cleaning an easy and safe process.
Regardless of which model you choose, mounting the mouldings is quite simple! Use standard hand tools for sawing, grinding and machining before assembly. Use glue to set up the mouldings, and if you happen to use superfluous glue, make sure you wipe off immediately with water or mild soap solution.