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Stucco Marmorino for floors

Marmorino Floor finishes  – (Marmo trans. – Marble)

Renforced Marmorino decoration on floors is a superb durable finishing touch to special areas of the home and professional interior, adding an unmatched atmosphere of luminosity and air.  The product is washable and highly resistant to scratching due to the high concentrates of pure white marble powder and the efficiency found in the epoxy resin binder.

Materials are all important in this product as the final result oozes natural beauty.

Carrara white marble ranges in Northern Tuscany

Polished Marmorino floors are durable yet appear delicate and natural

Of all the marmorinos for walking surfaces, this is the strongest.

It’s ideal for a minimalist environment because of smooth, uninterrupted continuity. It has a satin appearance with soft light refracting flows and subtle shadings – very similar to Stucco Veneziano.

Enforced marmorino is an extremely versatile material

It has a wide range of application over a variety of different substrates. The ideal substrate is that normally that used for laying parquet ie. solid and stable.

Besides applying it to floors, it is also suitable for application on walls, and has excellent coverage for hiding undulations.

Ideal for walls and floors in wet areas

For all of these reasons it is often the finish of choice when renovating a variety of settings: Stores, bathrooms and offices.

It is made with lime, cement, marble and quartz sand and epoxy resin.

It is for interior and exterior as well. Its thickness is 2 mm.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Leyla permalink
    September 19, 2011 8:59 pm

    Thanks for this fabulous flooring information, where can this product be find? and who manufactures it?
    Please reply, Leyla

    • September 20, 2011 2:01 pm

      Where are you based so I can fwd product data sheet, cost and shipping. Nick

  2. October 20, 2011 4:05 pm

    You can find this products and a lot more on
    All products are import from Italy

    • October 20, 2011 8:21 pm

      Thanks these are fabulous products and not too difficult to experiment, practice and master.

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