Fiber plaster

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A plaster reinforced with hair used prior to the 1900s. Fiber plaster was generally used as thick base coat on wooden laths. hair. Other fiber fillers may be used such as sisal, jute, wood, or asbestos.

Synonyms and Related Terms

fibre plaster; pltre fibreux (Fr.); coarse stuff; scratch coat


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  • Ivan Myjer, contributed information, 1998, Ivan Myjer, contributed information, 1998

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