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Microcement buying guide

Microcement buying guide

1. What does microcement offer us?

  • Great decorative possibilities, today it is an increasingly growing trend thanks to the variety of finishes, colors and customization options.
  • Adherence, which allows it to be applied on different surfaces.
  • Resistance
  • Impermeability
  • Affordability in its price since for its application it is not necessary to remove in most cases the current surface and clear debris, thus saving on materials, labor and time.

2. Microcement price

A microcement budget always includes both the application (labor) and the materials necessary for its execution. Due to the fact that it is a very traditional process, the final price may vary from one budget to another and will depend on the following factors:

  • Square meters of installation
  • Difficulty level of the work, such as height applications, stairs, architectural barriers...
  • Color, if the surface is uniform, the choice of color does not affect the price of the installation, only in the case of wanting to make combinations of different colors or some type of personalization such as the insertion of anagrams, letters will modify the budget.
    • Surface to be paved, the microcement can be applied on different surfaces such as cement, ceramic, marble, terrazzo, concrete, plaster, plasterboard, metals and construction furniture without incurring an additional cost. The only flooring not suitable for its application is wood or parquet, which would have to be previously removed.

3. Microcement maintenance.

During the first 48 hours, it is advisable to tread as little as possible on the surface treated with microcement. As well as avoiding spilling any type of liquid on it. It is recommended that the room be kept at a temperature above 15º with plenty of ventilation.

Once this first phase has passed, maintenance is similar to that of a wooden floor: washed with water and neutral soap and the application of self-gloss waxes (like any parquet) using a mop or mop.

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