GAP / Ready-made mosaic decorative plaster

  • For internal and external works;
  • For decorative plastering on various vertical parts and elements of buildings;
  • Used building plinths (including insulated ones), columns, walls, etc. for decorative decoration;
  • For processing manually and mechanized.



  • Resistant to weather conditions;
  • High resistance to fading;
  • The colour of granite does not change during usage, which does not require repainting;
  • Resistant to dirt, the surface is easy to clean;
  • Resistant to the formation of colonies of microorganisms;
  • Abrasion resistant;
  • Ready to use;
  • Solvent free.
  • Four granite bases and eight shade combinations are available.

Preparation of the base:

  • The base must be dry, firm and without cracks. Clean the base from less durable and/or separable layers, as well as from dust, dirt, oils, paint residues, etc. dirt that reduces adhesion or dirt that changes the colour of decorative plaster;
  • Intended for application on stable mineral bases - concrete and cement-based plasters (plasters class CS II, CS III and CS IV);
  • Wood chips, fibre boards are additionally primed with SAKRET UG concentrate;
  • Gypsum board and plaster bases are additionally primed with SAKRET UG diluted with water in a ratio of 1:5 or SAKRET BG;
  • Use surface levelling SAKRET plasters, fillers or repair compounds to repair uneven and damaged bases;
  • Before applying SAKRET GAP, the surface must be primed with SAKRET QG primer. Under dark shades, we recommend tinting the primer accordingly.


  • The plaster must be mixed before use;
  • For mixing, use a mixer with 600 turns per minute;
  • Apply, with a stainless-steel trowel held at an angle, plaster aggregates in grain thickness. After application, the surface is smoothed;
  • Plaster must not be structured by rubbing!
  • Development temperature +10°C to +25°C. At a temperature of +20 °C and 65% relative air humidity, the GAP surface is dry to the touch after 24 hours. Completely dry and can be loaded after 2-3 days.
  • Plaster dries physically, i.e., with the formation of a dispersion film and the evaporation of water. If the air temperature is low and the humidity level is high, the drying time will be longer;
  • Plaster cannot be applied to walls that are exposed to intense sunlight during treatment;
  • Do not use on surfaces and structures that have damaged horizontal and vertical waterproofing and are exposed to constant and long-term exposure to water;
  • During drying, the plastered surface must be protected from rain, strong wind and too rapid drying, which can cause visual and mechanical damage to the plaster;
  • The humidity of the surface should be ≤2%.


Grain size Consumption

1 mm 3.5 – 4.0 kg/m2

3 mm 6.8 – 7.0 kg/m2

Less consumption during application means an insufficient thickness of the layer, which after drying can expose the base and create an unesthetic appearance of the surface.


Tehnical data

Chemical compositionFormSpecific weightSolids content, %Size of big grains, mmpHConsumption
Akrila dispersija, granīta graudi, sabiezinātāji un reoloģiskās piedevasPaste type1,85 ±0,05~720,6-1,2; 1-36,5-7,53,5-4,0; 6,8-7,0 kg/m²
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