Microcement Touch Up Kit

Touch up it in any one of 56 colours, great for touching up imperfections & small repairs.

£45 incl. VAT

Choose Microcement Kit

Choose the microcement that you would like to touch up.  If you're not sure which one to go for, then have a look back at the checklist that came with your initial order or get in touch.

Microne Continuous

Microne Continuous is the "Continuous Effect" option in all DIY Kits and Professional Bathroom Kits.

+£45

Microne Stucco

Microne Stucco is the "Stucco Effect" option in all DIY Kits and Professional Bathroom Kits.

+£45

Microne Coarse

Microne Coarse is the "Coarse Effect" option in all DIY Kits and Professional Bathroom Kits.

+£45

MicroDur Medium

MicroDur Medium is the final coat in the Professionals Floor Kits excluding the Polished Concrete Effect Kit.

+£45

MicroDur Fine

MicroDur Fine is the final coat in the Professionals Wall and Polished Concrete Effect Kits

+£45

MicroRock Continuous

MicroRock Continuous is the "Continuous Effect" option for Professional Outdoor, Swimming Pool & Sauna/Steam Room Kits

+£65

MicroRock Stucco

MicroRock Stucco is the "Stucco Effect" option for Professional Outdoor, Swimming Pool & Sauna/Steam Room Kits

+£65

MicroRock Coarse

MicroRock Coarse is the "Coarse Effect" option for Professional Outdoor, Swimming Pool & Sauna/Steam Room Kits

Choose Colour

Choose from 56 beautiful new colours.  Colours may vary from screen to screen, so we’d  recommend that you get a colour swatch before making the final decision.

Escorial 2.0

Titanium 2.0

Grafeno 2.0

Roca Alpina 2.0

Crater Volcanico 2.0

Charcoal Smoke

Galaxy 2.0

Stucco White

Nebulosa 2.0

Concrete 2.0

Deer 2.0

Acero 2.0

Smoked Topaz

Ventura

Montblanc 2.0

Vino Blanco 2.0

Piedra de Lago 2.0

Sunset 2.0

Malta 2.0

El Alamo 2.0

Chocolate 2.0

Rain Cloud

Silverado

Cornerstone

Selenita 2.0

Stormy Night

Bedrock

Obsidiana 2.0

Silver Maple

Tiede 2.0

Slate Grey

Nepal 2.0

Everest 2.0

Nicuragua 2.0

English Pinewood

Diamond 2.0

Silver 2.0

Bora Bora 2.0

Boathouse

Ocean 2.0

Gargoyle

Lakeland

Sand Dune

Apple Blossom

Industrial Chic 2.0

Coral 2.0

Red Planet 2.0

Vino Tinto

Ville-Marie

Arabian Sand

Gobi Dessert 2.0

Heno Viejo 2.0

Midas 2.0

Parrot 2.0

Bison 2.0

Safari 2.0

Choose Colour (Stucco)

Stucco Effect gives the maximum tonal variation, it's ideal for grey-scale colours & darker shades but not available in some of the lighter colours. Be sure to get a colour swatch before making the final decision.

Escorial 2.0

Titanium 2.0

Grafeno 2.0

Roca Alpina 2.0

Crater Volcanico 2.0

Charcoal Smoke

Galaxy 2.0

Nebulosa 2.0

Concrete 2.0

Deer 2.0

Acero 2.0

Smoked Topaz

Ventura

Piedra de Lago 2.0

El Alamo 2.0

Chocolate 2.0

Rain Cloud

Silverado

Cornerstone

Selenita 2.0

Stormy Night

Bedrock

Obsidiana 2.0

Silver Maple

Tiede 2.0

Slate Grey

Nepal 2.0

Everest 2.0

Nicuragua 2.0

English Pinewood

Diamond 2.0

Silver 2.0

Bora Bora 2.0

Boathouse

Ocean 2.0

Gargoyle

Lakeland

Red Planet 2.0

Vino Tinto

Ville-Marie

Heno Viejo 2.0

Midas 2.0

Parrot 2.0

Bison 2.0

Safari 2.0

Choose Finish

This refers to the sheen of the sealer coat.  Choose the one you prefer. And don't worry they all perform equally well.

Matt

Flat matt with the lowest level of sheen. Great for achieving a natural effect across walls & wet rooms.

Satin

A light sheen to finish off an installation. We love using satin on big open floors, for a framed yet natural finish.

Gloss

The highest level of sheen, another great one for floors or more opulent interior schemes.

  • Choose Microcement Kit

    Choose the microcement that you would like to touch up.  If you're not sure which one to go for, then have a look back at the checklist that came with your initial order or get in touch.

    Choose Colour

    Choose from 56 beautiful new colours.  Colours may vary from screen to screen, so we’d  recommend that you get a colour swatch before making the final decision.

    Choose Colour (Stucco)

    Stucco Effect gives the maximum tonal variation, it's ideal for grey-scale colours & darker shades but not available in some of the lighter colours. Be sure to get a colour swatch before making the final decision.

    Choose Finish

    This refers to the sheen of the sealer coat.  Choose the one you prefer. And don't worry they all perform equally well.

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Quality Assured

With our extensive installation experience, which we’re happy to share and Cemher’s extensive product range, you’ll be a step ahead when it comes to taking on microcement jobs from this day forward.

Cemher’s parent company, Kilnher, have a long history of producing microcement products, which they supply as white label to almost all of the familiar microcement brands on the market. Their familiarity with the competition puts them in a unique position to develop a game-changing range of microcements.

Refreshingly, Cemher don’t adhere to the “one size fits all” approach that many of the microcement brands have adopted. Instead they have developed a number of different products to suit specific scenarios. These include; a levelling microcement for large floors and high traffic areas, the strongest microcement in the world, MicroRock, waterproof microcements for wet areas and at long last, a sealer that you can be confident in using to meet the specific demands of worktops.

Speedy Delivery
We hold a large amount of stock in the UK, so all of the products on this site are available for delivery to UK mainland within 1 – 3 working days. All we ask is that you place orders before 12pm. 

To ensure you get the best possible value, the cost of your delivery is worked out at the checkout. But all the detailed information on prices and exceptions is available to view on our Deliveries page.

Collect in Leeds
For all items that are held in the UK, you’re very welcome to collect your order from our warehouse in Leeds. Once you have placed your order we’ll contact you to let you know when it’s ready for collection.

Special Orders
If you would like to order a Cemher product that isn’t listed on the website, then contact us directly and we will arrange it for you.

Ask a Question

We know that there’s a lot to take in at first – microcement itself is quite an involved process and the Cemher range is larger than most.  

So don’t muddle through on your own.  Whether you need an estimate, technical advice, help choosing products, or just want to touch base, we are ready and waiting for your call. 

Give us a call 0333 577 2611
Send us an email info@relentlessmicrocement.com

We’re not saying its easy to patch microcement, but for small chips and cracks, a little bit of product will take your eye away from the imperfection.

This kit includes 1kg of microcement, plus the colour.  There’s an option for you to choose the same microcement that you used originally, this will ensure the best possible colour match & perfromance.

Once you’ve completed your repair, you can leave it for 12 hours before applying a small amount of AquaMax Dur sealer over the fresh microcement.

Because colours vary between batches, we recommend adding it slowly and testing it by eye to the existing microcement surface.

Consumption per 1m2
Microne Medium 1kg
AquaMax Pro Comp A 200ml
AquaMax Pro Comp B 20ml
Premixed Colours – Weighed Out for 1kg 1 Bottle

The tools you need will vary depending on the options that you select.  Here’s a low down of the tools that are available and a bit of help for you in choosing the best one for your needs.

Flexible Trowel

To apply microcement effectively, you’ll need a thin flexible trowel, it should bend easily when you push at one of the corners.  Around 300mm is the right kind of size for a microcement trowel, to get a good amount of movement in the finish. The Bi-Flex Trowel is a good all rounder to use in most circumstances. For epoxy based products like MicroRock, then the more flexible Square Edge Flex Steel Trowel is a good choice for reducing drag.  Use a Non-Burnishing Plastic Trowel to prevent dark marks appearing in the microcement, this is particulary useful keeping light colours clean and fresh.

Mixer & Drill

Our custom made Microcement Mixer Head is ideal for mixing microcement.  It’s unique double helix design forces the product to the centre of the mix, thus reducing air in the mix.  This is important because to maintain its full performance and waterproof properties there must be no exposed areas in the microcement.

Silicone Carbide Sand Paper

Because Microcement is very strong, you need to use a strong, high quality sand paper that has been designed to be compatible with cement based products.  Our Silicone Carbide Sanding Discs have been rigourously tried and tested.  For most applications you’ll need: 40, 80, 120, 220 & 400 grits.  For large areas, you’ll really benefit from using an orbital sander & if you’re regularly completing large floors, it might be worth investing in a floor sander.

Clean Mixing Bucket, Measuring Jug & Weighing Scales

Most of the items in the kits have been weighed out for you.  But you may need to split larger tubs down into batches or weigh out sealers, hardeners etc to a reasonable degree of accuracy to get the ratios correct.

Applying Sealers / Primers

You’ll need a few Medium Pile Rollers & a Tray for applying the primers and sealers.  We find microfibre rollers work well for all the water-based products.  If you choose solvent sealer, you’ll need to use a roller suitable for solvents.

Use a Squeegee Trowel instead of rollers for applying High Performance Primer or Polyshield sealer.

This refers to the surface or “substrate” that you will be applying the microcement to. Absorbent substrates include plaster, concrete, screeds, cement board and composite timbers. Non-Absorbent substrates include tiles, marble, metals and plastics.

We will supply you a different primer depending on the surface, namely Primer TAC for non-absorbent surfaces and Primer 100 for absorbent ones.

If you have a mixture of absorbent and non-absorbent substrates, then you can either let us know at the checkout and we can provide a different primer for each 10m2 or purchase an additional primer. Consumption rate is 1l per 10m2.

Both continuous & stucco effect are smooth to touch but the “stucco” will have more visual texture and some colour variation, sometimes described as a “cloudy” texture, whereas the continuous effect has a more uniform, gentle texture. Coarse effect contains a thicker grain so is slightly coarse touch.

With 40 colours to choose from, it’s worth taking some time to make sure you have chosen the right colour.

We’ve tried to represent the colour as accurately as possible by providing images of each colour and an image of it in situ. You can view large versions of the swatches and images on Colour Options. Please be aware, however that colours can vary quite dramatically from screen to screen. So to make sure you’ve found the right colour for your project, we’d highly recommend that you buy a Colour Swatch or Swatch Book so that you can see it for yourself.

It’s also a good idea to take it into the room and place it against the wall and floor to see how the colour is affected by the light in the room. As with paints, different lighting can give a very different impression of the colour.

All the products are made up in batches of 10m2. So we can give you a different colour for each 10m2 but we won’t be able to break them down any further than that. If you would more than 1 colour and can split them into 10m2, then just select one of the colours and leave us a note at the checkout to tell us which other colour you would like and how many m2 of each.

If you require more than one colour but not in 10m2 batches, then you can choose one of the colours for your kit and buy the second colour separately. You will then need to weigh the colours out for yourself – you can work out how much colour to weigh for each 1kg of product by dividing the no. grams colour per 10kg by 10. The no. grams per 10kg will be shown on the colour pigment bottle. It’s important that colours are weighed accurately using scales that go down to 0.01g, failure to do so will result in colour variation across batches.

If you need more than 40m2, then please get in touch and we will work out the cheapest price for you.

All our products are supplied in multiples of 10, so you’ll need to round up to the nearest 10m2. Unfortunately we can’t supply kits in different quantities as it would mean opening the tubs which would reduce their shelf life.

Microcement is a cement-based render that can be applied to a wide range of surfaces to give a seamless, durable finish with an appearance that is similar to polished concrete. It is applied in four very thin coats giving a finished depth of just 3-4mm – and can be done by homeowners with the help of a DIY kit and some basic guidance.

It can be used to completely transform the look of existing surfaces (including plaster board, composite timber and painted walls) or as an alternative to tiles and other finishes across floors, walls, wet rooms or worktops. Because microcement is applied to surfaces in situ, it can be applied seamlessly without the need for joins or grout lines – making it easier to keep clean.

For more detail on how to use the touch up kit, click below:

Step by Step Installation Guide

Once you’ve purchased the kit, you’ll receive access to a thorough online training and installation guide which includes a more detailed step by step guide to the complete installation of this kit.

If you are completing a DIY project in your own home then this kit is ideal. The DIY Kits aren’t quite as strong as the Professionals Kits but they’re pre-mixed and waterproof so easy to work with & apply.

Tradespeople, including plasterers, who haven’t used microcement before will need to spend some time familiarising themselves with the processes and techniques to achieve professional results. And we would recommend starting with the DIY kits.

There are two things that you/they will need to bear in mind to complete a microcement install successfully:

1. Process – familiarise yourself with the process in advance, don’t skip any steps and respect the drying times.

2. Technique – use the grain as a level, go as tight as you can with each coat, complete an area using small random trowel movements, then blend it into the previous section, removing any excess as you do so.

The process is very similar whichever DIY Kit you choose, however they each contain products with small differences that make them more suitable for the end use. The DIY Kit for Floors has a thicker base coat and a hard sealer where the wall kit is more focused on getting a good visual texture and smooth finish for example.

You’ll need to leave it 48 hours once the last sealer has been applied to give it time to harden. And then ensure light use only for the first 14 days.

Like all cementitious products, microcement takes 28 days to fully harden. Any heavy work is not recommended, but if it does take place then we recommend that you cover the microcement with a breathable material or only cover down whilst working and lift the protection off for the majority of the time.

You can microcement onto almost any surface as long as it is smooth and free from movement. You may need to prepare the surface for microcement before you start.

Some of the more common surfaces that you can microcement onto, are listed here:

Cement Board, Composite Timber Boards, Plaster Boards, Painted Walls, Plastered Walls, Concretes, Screeds, Self Leveller, Tiles, Plastics, Metals, Marble.

MDF or Plywood is a good option for sample boards.

Our installation guide includes a detailed explanation on how to prepare a wide range of common surfaces for microcement:

Microcement Installation Guide

Microcement surfaces can be cleaned with any pH neutral cleaning products.

Do not clean microcement surfaces with aggressive or descaling products, such as those which contain chlorine, bleach and ammonia as they can damage the sealers.

Use Cemher Floor Protect every 2 -3 months to protect you microcement and to help build up the sealers.

Weight 2 kg

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