Using microcement in your renovation project means making the decision to make the construction more aesthetic, more modern and easier to clean and disinfect. This miracle that microcement achieves is due to its texture so fine that it leaves room for the beauty of everything it covers.
Microcement is an artisanal compound resulting from a cellular modification of classic cement. It consists of this powder and liquid resin. The very small molecules give it a great adhesion capacity.
What is microcement ?
Microcement and waxed concrete, what a difference?
Given its adhesion capacities, its subtle texture, its reduced thickness (2 to 3 mm), microcement allows an enormous saving of time, energy and money during its application. It is used to impeccably coat your walls, floors, furniture, bathtubs, sinks, tiles for an impeccable finish. However, it can only be applied by a professional whose expertise is proven.
Seen this way and if you know the properties of the waxed concrete, you won’t see a difference except in the delicacy of the material.
Microcement is made up, like most so-called waxed concrete, of cement, aggregates, pigments and resin..
Microcement is basically a type of waxed concrete. It is a high-performance and aesthetic decorative coating of floors, walls and furniture. At the same time robust and thin, light and uniform, it effectively covers even ceilings and worktops.
Microcement and waxed concrete – what a difference ?
The advantages of using microcement in your renovation
If you are attracted to microcement and want to get it involved in your renovation project, your first action will be to contact a certified professional in this coating who masters all the installation techniques. A failed finish will be difficult to catch up. An expert will start by analyzing the appearance and structure of each surface to be remodeled. He will know how to prepare the base and how to mix the components of the material before any application.
There are many reasons to use microcement in your building decoration.
Why use microcement in your interior ?
The lightness of microcement is such that it is only 2-3mm thick, which makes it so versatile that it is also able to cover your wooden furniture.
The resistance of microcement is measured by its ability to reflect virtually no trace of abrasions that can leave traffic on the ground. It is also resistant to moisture, making it an ideal candidate for bringing clarity to your bathroom. It will nevertheless be necessary to work a little more on the non-slip property.
The aesthetics of the microciment is achieved in the light acquired by the treated space, once the installation is completed. The possibility of applying it continuously, without limit, gives an effect of grandeur to renovated interiors.
The flame retardant, waterproof and aseptic capacities of microcement make it a material that ensures your daily safety.
The savings afforded by microcement can be considered as one of its most advantageous properties. In addition to its affordable cost, it does not require major works. This implies that there will also be no big costs to pay for its application.
Lightness, resistance, aesthetics … microcement has many advantages