Spray-Plast finishes

Spray on plaster finishes are very attractive from a cost point of view as they
ensure rapid results. However, no concessions are made with regard to quality.

Below our most popular spray on finishes.

Commercial buildings often have special requirements in regards to their top coat. Spray-Plast ‘Excellence’ (texture) finish and the ‘Innovance’ (smooth&texture) finish are especially designed for the commercial industry and state/rental housing.

Main benefits of those two finish are:

  • Speed of application.
  • Hard wear and tear finish.
  • Available in almost any colour of the Strikolith colour range, (only in texture)
  • Resistant against heavy cleaning (water blasting).
  • Low Maintenance.
  • Flexibility (not affected by temperature fluctuation).
  • Vapour permeability and water resistance.
  • Applied on plasterboard, concrete, block work and MDF board.
  • Very suitable for receiving paint.

Below a staircase with the Spack ‘Innovance’ smooth finish, and a restaurant with the Spack ‘Ecellence’ finish on ceilings and walls. The restaurant is sprayed in base colour white, no paint job needed.

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Because of different spraying techniques and changing of air pressure, Spray-Plast can provide an extensive range of texture finishes. The ‘Excellence’ finish is popular on bath rooms and kitchens, because of there strong, water resistance finish. But also on plaster board interiors where extra strength is required (garages, kids bedrooms, game rooms, future walls etc).

A Spray-Plast interior smooth finish all ways has got a minimum of two skim coats. Therefore you get rid of any imperfections on ruff interiors, and there will be no plasterboard joints shining through in high daylight areas.

Bathroom above in texture finish.
Bathroom above in texture finish.

Below a staircase with the Spack ‘Innovance’ smooth finish, and a restaurant with the Spack ‘Ecellence’ finish on ceilings and walls. The restaurant is sprayed in base colour white, no paint job needed.