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Stuc Pierre

Stuc Pierre
Stuc Pierre is a complete process being used to imitate the cut stone, for interior or exterior use, especially in neo-classical architecture, including soffits, based on special ready-mixed mortars according to the support and the technic.
Thoses mixes are manufactured on measure according the exact stone to match with.


Stuc Pierre is a process to carry out imitations of cut stone walls and ornementals with false joints, filled in white or left hollow. Stuc Pierre is particularly suitable in neo-classical architecture.

Field of application

Stuc Pierre can be used in restoration or new projects, in interior as in exterior.
This process is suitable for flat works (walls, ceilings, ...) as well as for ornemental elements and soffits, on any support :
- on masonry (terra cotta, bricks, blocks, ....) : Enduit de Montmorency mix and datas
- on wire-mesh : specific Wire-Mesh datas with Enduit de Montmorency mix and datas
- on gypsum board : Fond de Stuc mix and datas
- to bench run pieces on site (cornices, ...) : Tirex mix ans datas
- to mold soffits : Moulex mix and datas
- in already molded pieces (soffits, cornices, ...) : we can provide you pre-cast ornementals, ready to be fixed on.
It is not intended for the repair of the cut stone.


Stuc Pierre process makes it possible to re-obtain the aspect of the cut stone on any traditional support, in a simple and traditional way.
Our strong technical support makes your training and learning of Stuc Pierre process rapid and sure.
The implementation is easy, generally in one layer only . The absence of shrinkage at the time of the setting of our special mixes makes its implementation very sure, even when a strong thickness is needed.
The different mixes of the Stuc Pierre process allow to realise easily and cheaply the most complex projects (traditionnal supports, wire-mesh structures, running or molding, large surfaces and ornementals).
For example, the scoring of the joints is very easy and enables one to obtain joints very neatly.
And their presence also allow to make partial repairs that are very aesthetic.
As well, the sanding for the finishing can be done again at any time, even after several years in order to refresh the stuc. It is thus, of a very easy maintenance, against stain as well as against graffiti.

Aspects and Range

Stuc Pierre mixes exist in different granulometry according to the stone to imitate and the character of each project.
In the same way, we create any tint, custom-made mixes : the exact colored/textured mix is delivered ready-to-use on your job site (Europe, USA, Middle East). In like manner, sand-stone and shell-stone can be counter-typed.

Precautions of use

See the mixes datasheets.

Preliminary works

See the mixes datasheets.


The implementation of the Stuc Pierre Process must comply with our datasheets and technical aids.
Because of the presence of lime in the mixes, it is imperative to wear gloves.
Stuc Pierre mixes should not be applied below 5°C/ 41F, nor on cold support or thawing.
It is necessary to ensure its protection (direct action of the sun, rain, etc…) during work and the first week of drying.
Not to apply in very hot weather nor in full sun exposure. The support must be moist in depth.
It is wasted manually using a mixer in a rubber container (some pumpable versions exist).

The minimum thickness are :
- in exterior : 1 inch.
- in interiorr on masonry : 1/2 inch
- in interior on sheet rock : 1/8 inch
- soffits for exterior : 1 inch
- soffits pieces for interior : 1/2 inch
It should be noted that, in the case of joints left hollow (i.e. not refilled in white), the minimum thickness is calculated starting from the bottom of the joint.
There is no maximum thickness.

Stuc Pierre mixes are spread out and floated.
The finishing is done by cutting or scraping according to the versions and starts as soon as chips detach from the tool, that is to say generally in the afternoon.
Possibly a smoothing can follow (close skin stones) or not (open skin stones).
The joints are dug with the jointing tool of the selected dimension (with a conical burr for the thinnest joints).
It is desirable to await at least 48 hours( hardening time) before this operation to obtain joints perfectly neats.
They are then possibly refilled with a white Stuc Pierre mix .
Lastly, after complete drying, the Stuc Pierre surface is paper sanded or sand blasted.
In all the cases, the coating must be protected from the bad weather until its full carbonation.

Consumption of the mixes

Generally from 10 to 15 kg/m ² per cm thickness or 6 to 8 lbs/ sqft per inch.

Conservation of the mixes

Approximately 4 months safe from humidity, in a dry and clean room.

Conditioning of the mixes

In paper bags , doubled PE on pallets with streamers.
Exist in various grains, custom-tinted.
Available in USA, Europe, Middle East. Others areas on demand.

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