hi grant, this is how elke described it to me.. snagged it all. hope it helps.
"Sorry fibrite is the french brandname for this wall paste,in German it's even more bizarre,Tapetenstrukturfarbe!Well,unless you do speak my language you will make sense out of it but you have to go into a specialized paintshop for professionals ti ask about an interior wallpaste which gets painted and waxed afterwards. It's" the" thing for homedecorating in the moment!Hope you can find it!If not go for those small tube and have try out,holfiller,jointglue,some stuff comes in powder as well and you can mix it to have the right consistency,not to runny,not to dry and if you want to print into it,you better wet the item first to avoid it being stuck as it can pull off the paste .Need to experience but it's a hell of a lot of fun!Hope it helps and excuse me of answering so late but come back to me if you need to,happy creating,love,Elke"
The mysterious fibrite is simply paper-mâché but
sorry guys,i can't explain it better as it's not an easy thing to describe. It's less brittle than putty,much more lightweight,a bit sticky,elsatic,so it doesn't crack but it can't be sanded down which is a disadvantage!It's non- toxic,non-smelling and not agressive to your skin.I would try a specialized paintshop and get them to show you all the indoor products to decorate your wall. It's handy if you don't want to put up wallpaper but like to have an uneaven surface which you either leave white or paint , wax and polish in the end to protect the wall and give it a shine...
yes, German is quite a strange language ....
Sounds like Venetian plaster to me. It can be waxed and polished.