Features and Benefits

Silicate-silicone plaster, woodworm like structure, grain 2.0 mm

Decorative thin-layer plaster for indoor and outdoor applications


  • vapour permeable (breathing)
  • low absorbance
  • resistant to damage
  • high resistant to weather conditions
  • BioProtect formula – resistant to the
  • development of fungus, algae and mould
  • stability of colour
  • available in full palette of Ceresit
  • Colours of Nature®

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Ceresit CT 175 combines good points of silicate plaster and silicone plaster. It is vapour permeable, of low absorbability and dirt resistant. CT 175 is used for making thin-layer plasters on concrete substrates, traditional plasters, gypsum substrates and chipboards, gypsum cardboards, etc. We recommend the application of the plaster CT 175 as façade plaster within Ceresit ETICS (External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems) with the application of EPS-boards (Expanded Polystyrene boards) or mineral wool. In case of intensive dark colours, the material application should be limited to small areas, e.g. architectural details. Plaster CT 174 is protected form biological paralyses, e.g. fungus, mould and algae.

Step By Step

The whole content of the container should be carefully stirred. If the need appears, it is possible to adjust the product consistency to the application conditions by adding a small amount of clean water and mixing again. Neither rusty containers nor tools can be used. CT 175 should be evenly applied on the substrate at the thickness of the grain by means of a steel long fl oat held at the angle. Depending on the type of the fl oat movement: circular, horizontal or vertical it is possible to obtain the structure features resulting from the grain in plaster. Do not sprinkle plaster with water!


Work should be done on one surface without breaks, keeping the same product consistency. If there is a need to stop working, the self-adhesive tape should be applied along the previously fixed line. Then plaster should be applied, structure formed, and tape torn off with the plaster remaining on it. After a break, the application should be continued from the fi xed place (the edge of the previously applied plaster can be protected with selfadhesive tape).