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Salón de microcemento con una decoración artesanal
Salón de microcemento con una decoración artesanal

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Microcement is a high-end material that can be used to coat multiple surfaces, both interior and exterior. It consists of a blend of various elements on a cement basis. Pigments, acrylic resins, and selected minerals are also added, among other components. Due to its fine thickness, it can be adapted to multiple environments and decorative styles.

Covering surfaces with microcement is the best option for those looking to transform a space without complications. As it can be applied to any support, it allows for renovations without debris.
This great advantage is joined by its aesthetic versatility, which makes it perfect for any style of decoration. It provides, for example, smooth textures like cement but with unique nuances and artisan touches.
Among its great virtues, the feeling of continuity it transmits also stands out, as it has no joints. It is perfect for visually amplifying any space, even the smallest ones.

The slip-proof degree of microcement depends on the roughness of the surface or the application of a final varnish. The rougher the final texture, the greater the safety against slips.

The chemical and mechanical resistances of microcement are far above those of other materials. This coating maintains its solidity against impacts, temperature changes, UV rays, or abrasion. It is also very resistant to fire.

Sure! Meexe systems allow a high degree of customization of the finish, so you can choose the combination of colors that you like the most.


Microcement is the ideal material to combine functionality and aesthetics in the same environment. You will get an elegant and sophisticated surface, continuous and without getting entangled in costly and dirty reforms.

Although, in general, it is not recommended, it is possible to apply microcement in areas with moisture as long as the cause can be solved. It will also be necessary to treat the surface with the appropriate products to block the moisture.

Yes, it is possible to apply microcement on a radiant floor if a previous ignition protocol is followed. This way, cracks that can be caused by temperature changes can be avoided.

As it is an elastic material, it is very difficult for the microcement to crack by itself. Especially if the surface is adequately prepared before covering it. This implies making sure that there is no badly placed paint or parts that are peeling off or poorly placed.

One of the biggest advantages of microcement is that it can be applied without having to remove the existing coating. It is necessary to clean and level the surface before working on it.

The best microcement for outdoor floors is our Meexe Rock. With a natural and non-slip finish, it is specifically designed to resist abrasion and temperature changes.

This is the preliminary step to all microcement application processes. It is essential to ensure that the surface is clean, dry, and leveled. Then, it is necessary to apply a layer of the most suitable primer from our Meexe Primer range and place a fiberglass mesh to give greater resistance to the support.

Yes, microcement can be applied over almost any surface, including tiles. It is necessary to level the support and cover the joints before the application to achieve a uniform result.

At Meexe, we recommend that the application of microcement always be done by expert personnel to achieve a high-quality result. The best time to do this is at the end of the construction work.

Plaster and plasterboard surfaces are absorbent, so they are ideal for applying microcement. It is only necessary to ensure that the material is completely set before applying the coating to the support.

It takes about 4 or 5 days on average to complete the microcement application process. The exact time can depend on the weather conditions in the area, as this may affect the drying times of the coating products.

Yes, it is. Microcement can safely be applied to bathrooms, sinks, showers and bathtubs. Although it is a porous material, it can be waterproofed with a final layer of varnish to ensure resistance to pressure and water.

It is necessary to seal the microcement with a protective layer of polyurethane. This way we will increase its durability, prevent stains and simplify maintenance. At this step you can choose the finish you prefer: gloss, matte or satin.

Of course! Microcement adapts to any surface, including stairs, as long as the support is stable and solid. In this case, you must take special care with the corners of the steps, where it is recommended to place an aluminum profile to prevent premature wear.


It is very easy to keep the microcement clean, simply, with water and neutral pH soap. No need to use any aggressive product; on the contrary, one should avoid the use of bleach, ammonia or detergents that could damage the surface of the microcement.

It does not discolor! Microcement is made up of mineral pigments that ensure the permanence of color over time. With the right care, surfaces will maintain their shine for decades.

Microcement is a very resistant and durable material. To reinforce its qualities, it is recommended to periodically apply a layer of diluted wax. This way, we will prolong the sealing of the coating in optimal conditions.

The care that microcement surfaces need is the same as that required by any other material. Although it is a very resistant coating, it could be damaged by chemicals or sharp objects.

In high traffic areas, both for vehicles and people, it is recommended to use specific cleaners and waxes. An additional layer of varnish from time to time will help protect the surface in cases of greater wear.