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Microcement Questions & Answers

Is it possible to cover an existing bathtub with Microcement?

It is possible and you may cover many materials including sinks made of glass. The Luxury Coatings team can make major changes to your bathroom without the need for demolition.

 

Can we renew a any piece of furniture with the Microcement product?

Yes we can, as lots of furniture can be covered with Microcement. The Luxury Coatings team we do this with tables, chairs, shelfs, etc.

 

Can you cover existing tiles with microcemento and make joints between these disappear?

Microcement can be used on: tiles, wood, plaster, marble, concrete, cement, among others. One of its main attributes is the possibility of covering tiles. You can refurbish a bathroom or a kitchen in a short period of time without removing existing surfaces.

 

Does microcement require any maintenance?

We highly recommend maintenance of all surfaces coated with Microcement, especially floors. Depending on its final use. For Microcement applied to floors for in your home, we recommend a mopping the floor every day and waxing once a month. Microcement should be caredfor, as a natural wooden floor. It is recommended not do drag heavy or sharp objects across it, and refrain from using abrasive products.

 

Can a kitchen floor be covered with micro cement?

Yes, and it's necessary to keep it with wax to create a protective film of products commonly used in it.

 

Do the microcement and other surfaces need together?

If the basis on which it will be placed them, the same shall be respected.

 

Is the microcement equal to the polished plasters?

No, it is not the same similar aesthetic, but polished plaster is lime-based and is can not be used in soils, or in wet areas. This has a cabado brighter and sharper than the microcement waters.