Rollputz (49.99 € at Amazon *) is ideal for indoor use, but also for outdoor use. The advantage is - as well as indoors - in each case you can also trust yourself as a layman yourself, and thus saves crafts. For a corresponding armor should be provided as professionally as possible in order to ensure really safety when working.
Outdoor plaster as rolling plaster - roll up and finished
Exterior walls are not treated with roll plaster differently than inner walls, optionally a little water can be added for easier processability. Especially suitable are exterior plasters on resin base - they make the majority of the products in the DIY stores when it comes to finished plasters that can roll. In terms of price, they are more expensive than conventional plaster that you have to mix yourself, but processing such plasters requires a bit of skill and craftsmanship in order to achieve a clean result. In many cases, the roller plaster in the outdoor area still pays off because you can do it yourself instead of hiring a craftsman.
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Structure and tinting color
Roll-on plaster can be tinted in almost any color with tinting paint in powder form, which is simply stirred into the container until it is completely dissolved. There are also some already colored exterior plasters, but tinting powder usually does not cause any difficulties during processing and is significantly cheaper. The structure can be chosen differently between fine-grained and coarse-grained, but one should bear in mind that finished plasters with coarse grains are only about half as economical as those with fine grains - at about the same price as a rule. The yield itself depends on the product in question and can often vary from product to product.
Exterior plaster based on latex
It is the best alternative to roll-up plaster, is vapor-permeable but at the same time weatherproof and usually creates a layer ten times thicker than paint. As with all other exterior plasters, you should of course be able to rule out frost, rain and storms until the putez is dry.