Sand finish

sand finish

[′san ‚fin·ish]
(engineering)
A smooth finish on a plaster surface made by rubbing the sand or mortar coat.

Sand finish

Colored, textured plaster surface, similar in appearance to sandpaper.

sand finish

1. A textured-finish plaster surface; the plaster contains sand, lime putty, and gauging or Keene’s cement.
2. A finish obtained by rubbing the coat to a smooth finish.
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The all-aluminum stand has been powder-coated in a black sand finish, weighs 38 pounds and comes out of the box fully assembled and ready for bowhtmting.
The material also deters "taggers"--graffiti vandals--due to the sand finish that Amtech specifies.
But if you plan to wallpaper, and the texture's not too rough (for instance, the sand finish you mention) you can do the skim coating yourself.