Exclusive smoothing technique for exquisite wall designs

Stucco Veneziano 961

The original for the classic Venetian smoothing technique in the highest perfection. With this historic process, only one colour shade is applied in several layers, because this is how the typical intensive as the typical intensive play of colours is formed with delicate nuances - the depth light. It is the fascinating luminosity as it is exhibited by polished marble, which transforms a surface with Stucco Veneziano into something truly exclusive. True craftsmanship is demonstrated when the smoothing technique is additionally intersected with marble veins.

Ornamental marble for your home

The possibilities are almost unlimited. In addition to living quarters, you can also enhance uninviting corridors with an exclusive marble wall. A special highlight: The technique is even suitable for the spray water affected areas in baths and kitchens, if the surface is sealed with wax or soap.

This is how it's done

Apply the Jaeger Iso-Mineral Primer once undiluted as a bonding bridge criss-cross with a square brush. Applying one or two smoothed layers of Jaeger Stucco Fondocco Fondo, and sand the surface even after the product has fully dried. Subsequently, apply Jaeger Stucco Veneziano in three layers with the Veneziano Spatula. The dry filler application must be sanded smooth across the entire surface. The polishing can either be performed with the 12 cm Veneziano Spatula, which is guided at a flat angle to the surface, or with the help of the Festool geared eccentric Sander Rotex RO 150 FEQ. For this, a polishing is first performed with Platinum 2 S2000, and then with Platinum 2 S4000. If a greater shine and protection is desired, the KronenĀ® Wax-Finish or the Antique Soap must be applied.

Attention: When using wax finish or Antique Soap the surface may not be polished prior to the application.


1) Prime with Iso Mineral Primer 309.

2) Stucco Fondo smooth in 1-2 layers, sand flat (P320)

3) Apply the 1st coat of Stucco Veneziano in a stain filler.

4) 2nd layer of Stucco Veneziano: close stains. Intermediate sanding with P600.

5) 3rd layer of Stucco Veneziano, then sanding (P1200).

6) Polishing with Festool Rotex RO 150 FEQ. Alternatively, polishing can be done manually with the spatula.