White marmarino fine

Prity new to venetian but im gearing up to do a white marmarino fine wall. Ive done a sample board but against white door molds and doors it appears to be a bit ivory in colour and not brilliant white.
Can anyone recomend a product to achieve this?
 

Gurva

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Prity new to venetian but im gearing up to do a white marmarino fine wall. Ive done a sample board but against white door molds and doors it appears to be a bit ivory in colour and not brilliant white.
Can anyone recomend a product to achieve this?
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themucky1

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Prity new to venetian but im gearing up to do a white marmarino fine wall. Ive done a sample board but against white door molds and doors it appears to be a bit ivory in colour and not brilliant white.
Can anyone recomend a product to achieve this?
Pretty much as what @ChrispyUK says, what I tend to do if if looks Ivory is add a small amount of high white gloss I find that b&q valspar To be perfect I usually add 20ml from a syringe barrel to make sure it’s measured correctly, 20ml is normally enough for 250ml of marmarino. I’ve done this numerous times on high end properties hallways and indoor swimming pool Areas it looks amazing when I’ve polished it using a car buffer. I’ll post some pics for you if you want?
 

Tom81

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Pretty much as what @ChrispyUK says, what I tend to do if if looks Ivory is add a small amount of high white gloss I find that b&q valspar To be perfect I usually add 20ml from a syringe barrel to make sure it’s measured correctly, 20ml is normally enough for 250ml of marmarino. I’ve done this numerous times on high end properties hallways and indoor swimming pool Areas it looks amazing when I’ve polished it using a car buffer. I’ll post some pics for you if you want?
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plas1

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If it's white and its coming out ivory iys clearly not white.

What brand are you using/finish are you trying to achieve?

Colour matches can be achieved to any colour withing Venetian plasterers.
 
Pretty much as what @ChrispyUK says, what I tend to do if if looks Ivory is add a small amount of high white gloss I find that b&q valspar To be perfect I usually add 20ml from a syringe barrel to make sure it’s measured correctly, 20ml is normally enough for 250ml of marmarino. I’ve done this numerous times on high end properties hallways and indoor swimming pool Areas it looks amazing when I’ve polished it using a car buffer. I’ll post some pics for you if you want?
Yes please mate
 
If it's white and its coming out ivory iys clearly not white.

What brand are you using/finish are you trying to achieve?

Colour matches can be achieved to any colour withing Venetian plasterers.
Using stucco italiano. Using it neet.. do i need a white pigment?
 
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