Rolled plaster: guide

Roll-on plaster is available in practically every hardware store - however, roll-on plaster is not always the same as roll-on plaster. Depending on whether it is mineral roll-on plaster, roll-on plaster based on synthetic resin or lime-roll plaster, the prices here are significantly different. There are also finished products in the container as well as powder to mix, which occasionally means a further price difference.

The prices for different roll-on plaster products

Very simple roll-up plaster (€ 49.99 at Amazon *) for the inside based on synthetic resin is available for around € 35 per 20 liter container in the hardware store, but for effect plasters the price increases sharply - depending on the effect - to around € 25 for the 10th Liter container, with special effects this can also go up to 70 euros per 10 liters, especially natural stone colors and marble effects are very expensive here.

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As a rule, finer grains also increase the price, usually around 25 - 30 euros for the 10 kg container. Mud and lime plasters are by far the most expensive - the 10 kg container for interior clay plaster is around 40 to 50 euros, and very good quality lime plaster costs around 70 euros in an 8 kg container from professional manufacturers. Larger containers are usually always a bit cheaper, when comparing you always have to consider the yield - the simple roll-on plaster based on synthetic resin in a 20 kg container is sufficient for around 30 square meters, with lime plaster you need about a third less for the same area.

Lime plaster out of the bag - the cheaper alternative

Interior plasters from the sack are usually much cheaper than the finished containers. Because of the many positive properties, you should definitely prefer lime plaster here, here the 25 kg sack, which has to be mixed with 7 to 8 liters of water, comes to only around 20 euros. After mixing it can usually be cleaned up like any other plaster. Only a sufficiently large cleaning tub and a suitable mixer should be available here. For do-it-yourselfers who have little experience in plastering or who are even using a trowel for the first time, the cheap alternative is a difficult alternative. The only thing that helps here is to accept the higher price for roller plaster.