Decor molding creates decorative patterns on wood, stone, plaster, or concrete surfaces. The process is done by injecting a liquid polymer into the material and then removing the liquid polymer with high pressure. It leaves behind a patterned surface that can be useful for decoration purposes. Decor molding usually applies to characters, not porous such as masonry, concrete, or plaster. It can also apply to metal, glass, and plastics. Decor molding offers many benefits, including:
It provides an easy way to create patterns without using complicated molds.
It creates smoother surfaces than sandblasting.
You can also use them with other decorative techniques.
It produces durable surfaces that are resistant to corrosion.