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Assembly Instruction for Interior Stucco WMB

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We recommend reading the installation instruction of interior stucco. Thanks to it you will quickly and efficiently install our products.

Before starting assembly, make sure that all received elements are in accordance with your order (size/model/length/quantity).

1. Tools

For the assembly of WMB decorative mouldings are needed the following tools:

  • Miter box with manual saw for wood or metal with a fine tooth, possibly an electric angle saw with a concrete cutting disc with a 45 ° — 90 ° cutting range
  • Sandpaper (fine grain size, for example 400)
  • Protractor
  • Measurement tape
  • Soft brush or sponge
  • Adhesive gun for glue application
  • Small putty knife
  • Installation adhesive
  • Repair mass for joints

2. Preparation of the Substrate

Before commencing assembly, make sure that the surface and the connections between the moulding are clean, dry and dust free.

3. Cutting

When cutting with an electric angle saw (Photo 2), it is recommended to use the slowest turns in order to reduce the melting of the material. Before cutting, measurements should be conducted with care and accuracy - it will save you time and money when finishing connections. After cutting the moulding, remove the unevenness with sandpaper (Photo 4).


Photo 1. Measurements 
Photo 2. Cutting
Photo 1. Measurements Photo 2. Cutting

Photo 3. Cutting 
Photo 4. Ending Cleaning
Photo 3. Cutting Photo 4. Ending Cleaning

4. Gluing

For gluing stucco we recommend using Mardom Decor Fix Pro adhesive.

You can also use one of adhesives pointed below:

  • NMC ADEFIX®
  • Orac Decor® FDP500 - DecoFix Pro
  • MS Hybryd High Tack

Before adhesive application, check if the previously cut mouldings fit well to walls, and whether their angles match each other (Photo 4), then apply the adhesive to the entire glued surface (Photo 5) and on connections between mouldings (Photo 6). The glue should be spread by pressing profile along the entire length so that the edge of it tightly clungs to the wall. Excess glue that has been squeezed out and should be removed using a putty knife or damp sponge. The profile position can be adjusted up to 3 minutes from the application of glue.

The right positioning of stucco guarantees joints accuracy finish.

5. Joints Grouting

Connections must be filled with repair mass (eg. Śnieżka Acryl Putz FS20) using a putty knife and sponges (Photo 6, 7). After drying, the connection should be made smooth with sandpaper. Actions, if necessary, repeat. We recommend making simple connections through cutting the ends at an angle of 45 °.


Photo 4. Checking Before Installation 
Photo 5. Adhesive Application
Photo 4. Checking Before Installation Photo 5. Adhesive Application

Photo 6. Sticking 
Photo 7. Joints Grouting
Photo 6. Sticking Photo 7. Joints Grouting

Photo  8. Joints Grouting
Photo 8. Joints Grouting

6. Securing the Connection of the Wall and Moulding

In the points of contact between wall and stucco use the same adhesive and repair compound as in case of moulding joints. (Photo 9). The applied adhesive should be levelled using a putty knife, then collect the excess with a damp sponge (Photo 10). After the adhesive has dried, any unevenness can be removed with sandpaper.

We advise not to use silicone sealants because they can not be sanded or painted.

7. Painting

Our stucco can be painted with elastic water-borne paints. As a rule, it is recommended to paint the elements twice (stick to the recommendations of the used paint manufacturer).

It is forbidden to use silicate and solvent paints. We do not recommend priming of our interior stucco.

For WMB stucco we recommend Tikkurila Optiva Matt. Before installation, stucco can be pre-painted (Photo 10). Leave time gaps between layers according to recommendations of paint manufacturer's.

8. Final remarks

The assembly work should be adjusted to the technical instructions of the producers used materials. Such information can be found on packaging of these materials and their technical cards. If in doubt, please consult with the material seller or technical consultant of a given brand.


Photo 9. Sealing the Connection of Wall and Moulding
Photo 9. Sealing the Connection of Wall and Moulding Photo 10. Cleaning the Joints

Photo 11. First coat of Paint
Photo 11. First coat of Paint

The above data, recommendations and guidelines are based on our best knowledge, research and experience and have been given in good faith in accordance with the rules in force in our company. Proposed ways of proceeding are considered universal, however, every user of this material he should make sure in any way possible, including checking the final product in appropriate conditions, on the suitability of the materials supplied to achieve the goals intended by him. Our company can not be held responsible for any loss incurred as a result of incorrect, or misuse of its materials.

Date of revision: 20/03/2018

Previous instructions expire on the day of the update.

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