Decorative Lime Plaster for a travertine limestone look

Travertino 930

Travertine is an attractive limestone with a slightly porous structure, often used in architecture to decorate particularly exposed areas. Thus, the world famous St. Peter's square pillars consist of Roman travertine. With the natural lime plaster Jaeger Travertino, a recipe which consists of long-deposited marble pit lime and a selected mix of fine marble dust from Carrara, it is possible to quickly and easily decorate wall surfaces in interior areas and even protected outdoor areas with the exclusive Travertine look. Jaeger Travertino is highly diffusible, and naturally antibacterial as well as mould resistant.

Marble from Carrrara

Jaeger Travertino looks like real Travertine limestone. Finished and protected with our versatile Antique Soap, this technique can also replace the tiled surface in the kitchen, and is also available in many colors.

Processing of the Travertine limestone look: This is how it's done

Priming: Prime the surfaces with Jaeger Mineral Primer 309, and allow it to dry.

Application principle: Jaeger Travertino is applied in 2 layers with the Jaeger Smoothing Trowel or a painter's trowel.
Evenly apply the first layer, and let it subsequently dry for at least 12 hours. Evenly apply the second layer. Press this layer with the trowel, and then roughen the surface with the trowel edge at a 90° angle to create the Travertine effect. After a further short drying time, press the surface again with the trowel. This will create a satin-like appearance.

Wall joints: If wall joints are desired they are carved into the still wet layer. Drying time of 48 hours.

Impregnation: Apply 2 layers of Jaeger Antique Soap 985 with a cloth or sponge, and repolish.

1) Grundieren der Fläche mit Jaeger Iso-Mineralgrund 309.

2) 1. Lage Jaeger Travertino 930 mit der Glättkelle auftragen.

3) Nach Trocknung über Nacht 2. Lage Jaeger Travertino 930, mit der Glättkelle auftragen.

4) Nach einer Ablüftzeit von ca. 30 min die Oberfläche mithilfe der Kelle „aufreißen“. Oberfläche mit der Traufel nochmals verpressen.

5) Fugen in das noch feuchte Material einritzen. Überschüssiges Material aus den Fugen abbürsten.

6) Die Oberfläche kann mit Jaeger Antik-Seife behandelt werden.