All the materials you need to install microcement onto a worktop or wet room.
Easy to follow step by step installation guide included with every kit.
Professional tools needed: Trowel, Electric Drill with Mixer Head & Weighing Scales
The large majority of microcements on the market are completely porous until they are sealed. This leads to a potential weakness when used in wet rooms or on worktops. If even the tiniest pore is exposed, water could get beneath the sealer & leave an unsightly stain.
That’s why Cemher have developed MicroRock, an epoxy based microcement which is inherently waterproof, so you don’t need to worry about stains appearing on your work ever again.
MicroRock is also super strong, combined with our high performance sealer, AquaMax Extreme, you can be sure this kit will live up to the demands of the busiest kitchen environments.
The end result is strong, flexible, lightly textured surface.
Suitable for use on: Sand & cement screeds, Anhydrite screeds, Self-Leveller, Timber Composites, Plaster, Plaster Boards, Painted Walls.
Surfaces should be flushed and level with no gaps and no chance of movement before microcement is applied.
• Fibre Glass Mesh
• Cemher Primer 100 (for absorbent surfaces like concrete, screeds, plaster, plaster board and timber composites)
• Cemher Primer TAC (for non absorbent surfaces like tilesm granite, quartz or laminate)
• Cemher MicroDur Base
• Cemher MicroRock Medium & Hardener
• Cemher AquaMax Extreme & Hardener
• Concentrated Colour for Base & Top Coats
• Step by Step Instructions
What’s the difference between the DIY & Professionals Kits?
Should I choose Absorbent or Non Absorbent?
How can I make sure I’m getting the right Colour?
Because colours on screens can vary massively from one computer to another, we’d always recommend that you buy a colour swatch before choosing a microcement colour. Microcement does contain natural minerals however so colours & textures may vary slightly between batches & products lines. The best way to be sure you are happy with the colour is to do a small sample before you start – and then wet it to get an idea of the colour it will go when it’s been sealed.
Is Microcement Strong?
Microcement is very strong, but it’s only ever as strong as the substrate that it is going onto. Take your time to ensure the surface is well consolidated and prepared adequately for microcement, visit our Surface Preperation Guidelines more information on surface preparation and after care. The compressive strength of microcement is very high, but only if each of the coats are no thicker than the grain within it. Trowel each coat as tightly as possible to get the benefit of the high compressive strength.