GIB Ultraline®'s special pearlcoat coated white surface paper has a finer, smoother texture, and a special mix of plaster and fibreglass reinforcing in its core. The modified core provides density and rigidity whilst the smoother paper enhances the finish quality. Showpiece areas of a home such as entranceways, lounges and dining rooms deserve extra attention, as they're the areas seen most often by visitors and by those who live in the house. These features make it more solid and rigid than 10mm Gib® standard plasterboard and result in an enhanced finish quality.
GIB® plasterboard is made up of naturally occurring gypsum, 100% recycled paper, and a small quantity of other ingredients (which includes approved glues and additives required to improve the quality of the finished board).
GIB® plasterboard should be installed in accordance with best practice guidelines as outlined in GIB® literature.
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