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Plastering Using Rhinolite

Rhinolite gypsum plaster is specially manufactured as a combined basecoat and finishing plaster for internal application onto brickwork, concrete blocks, concrete and Rhinoboard, and as a finishing plaster onto sand cement basecoats.

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