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Marmorino Fino

Fine grain natural Venetian plaster




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Marmorino Fino

Marmorino Fino is the ideal natural decorative Venetian plaster with fine marble grit if you’d like to create various textured and smooth finishes. The quality and richness of the lime enables you to easily apply it and do thin, but enduring decorative coats for external and internal surfaces.

You can create an amazing selection of Venetian plaster finishes with Marmorino Fino, from smooth traditional to dragged, pitted, stone and contemporary; also the natural decorative plaster of choice for polished concrete and cement look.

It’s high alkalinity will help you to create coatings with great resistance to mould and algae that naturally regulates the humidity in the area where it’s applied. The Venetian finishes created with Marmorino Fino are beautiful, durable and completely eco-friendly. Compared with other medium or large grain plasters and Marmorinos, this product is easy to apply, not just because of the fatness of the lime, but because of the nature of the natural binder(s).

You can change, age or refine the look of Marmorino Fino by using a colour wash like Samba, or Lime Eco or a metallic colour wash like Sioloc or Gimcyn on top before any wax is applied.

You can customize your plaster by adding Gaga glittersto enhance that Luxurious look.


How to Apply Marmorino Fino

When you use Marmorino Fino you will need to apply Unifix primer first and leave it to dry for 4 to 6 hours. Then you can apply as many coats as the look requires and once the finish has dried completely, it should be protected with Impera Wax. When you’re applying Marmorino Fino ensure you should be using our Venetian plastering trowel.


Impera Italia’s Advice™

We can also recommend our Marmorino Fino Venetian plaster as a base coat for any other lime-based decorative plaster as it strengthens the application. Our firm belief is that this plaster has the best cost-value ratio among the the natural decorative plasters currently on the Italian market.



Marmorino was applied on as much as 8 coats in ancient Rome. Nowadays Marmorino is still the most used Italian (or Venetian) decorative plaster, but the application became much more simple, only the distinguished look remained the same.





Tool: Stainless steel Venetian plaster trowel
Number of coats: at least 2
Thinning: Ready to use
Coverage: between 1.5 to 2 KG per sqm
Grain Size: average 0.4mm (max 0.7mm) Method: II

Please view the documents below for more information on Marmorino Fino.