Microcement suitable subtrates

Microcement can be applied to a vary of substrates. These include: Microcement over Plasterboard – must be skimmed or taped and dry lined first Microcement over Cementboard – should be prepared with boards firmly together and gap free Microcement over Plywood / MDF – these must be firmly in place and secured to the joists on the floor.…

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Is microcement slippery on floors / underfoot?

We often get asked if microcement is slippery when wet on the floor due to it’s smooth, seamless finish. The answer is that it is not any more slippery than you would expect a gritted tile or wooden floor to be when wet. There are 4 coats of clear sealant added on top of 4…

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Can Microcement be used with Underfloor heating

Like many types of concrete microcement is an excellent conductor of heat and therefore works perfectly with underfloor heating. As microcement is a total of only 3mm deep it is often more effective than other concrete products at conducting heat as it can be placed closer to the heat source itself. Microcement can go over…

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Is Microcement Waterproof?

Is Microcement Waterproof?   Yes – absolutely!   Microcement is used on sinks, bathrooms, wet rooms and even swimming pools.   As well as a fibreglass mesh and four coats of microcement, our systems include for coats of clear sealants which make all of our micrcoement systems completely waterproof. Furthermore, non slip elements are added…

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