sand finished plaster alternative

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Paul Ringstrom
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sand finished plaster alternative

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I was at a Sherwin-Williams store the other day and saw a brochure on a new product
called Flekstone Wall Coating System (https://www.flekstone.com/system). The samples
had an attractive subtle 3D surface and IMHO would be a nice alternative to skim-coating a wall with
sand-plaster. It is available in eighteen base colors and compatible flake colors. Certainly
better than the PURE WHITE that we see too often.

Features: Provides texture without messy plaster, Stone-like finish, Subtle neutral color range,
Hides surface imperfections, Easy to clean surface, Enhances durability.
Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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