Microtopping («microcement», «polished concrete looks») — an innovative material that renews every surface with just 3 millimetres.

Microtopping is an increasingly popular choice of material; its decorative aesthetic makes it ideal for domestic and commercial spaces, and its hardy, durable nature makes it practical and long-lasting in both indoor and outdoor environments. You can customise Microtopping by choosing shades and creating glossy, clouded, or acid stained effects to make it exactly the way you want it.

A key benefit of Microtopping is that, unlike Polished Concrete, you are able to create a completely unique and more modernised space by choosing your preferred colour, tone, and design before the floor is installed – meaning there are no surprises once the floor is laid. As a Design Floor, it can either stand out as the main attraction in a contemporary design, or complement a more rustic or vintage aesthetic.

Microtopping provides a stunning look to concrete. It is a great alternative to standard flooring such as tile, carpet or parquet flooring.

Microtopping has high adhesion to almost all surfaces. For this reason, it is commonly used to coat concrete, mortar, tile, plaster, cement, metal, ceramics, drywall or plastic, just to name a few.

Microtopping is ideal for external applications such as terraces, footpaths, swimming pool decks, porches and walls.

Microtopping can be applied in a seamless nature it can eliminate joint lines. It can be applied both vertically and horizontally on surfaces such as plasterboard, wood, masonry walls, stairs and screed / concrete floors. Microtopping can be used in settings where water is present so can be used outside and in bathrooms and in shower enclosures.

Microtopping has excellent resistance to various stresses. Microtopping is highly resistant to heat and displays no visible defects when stress-tested to up to 115 C. The resistance of Microtopping has been tested with mechanics, wear, impact, fire, cracking, and corrosive matter.

Apply on:

  • Any type of concrete screed or substrate
  • Gypsum board, cement-board, MDF and plywood
  • Furniture and joinery
  • Pool decks
  • Tiles and marble flooring
  • Design versatility
  • Superior coverage
  • non-toxic
  • Seamless surface of the floor is easy to clean and maintain
  • Low maintenance and highly resistant
  • Chemical resistance to most aggressive liquids
  • Water impermeability
  • Bonds Well to Concrete
  • Covers Cracks, Dents, and Holes
  • microtoping in the interior of the kitchen — сountertop, work surface,
  • microtopping on the floor creates a thin and durable surface. Unlike conventional self-leveling floors, microcement floors look richer and more interesting. Spatula strokes create a play of shades and a unique pattern.
  • microtopping panels for facades and interiors
  • Furniture items-microtopping can be easily applied to any combination of textures, patterns, colors and thus give the surface a unique elegance.The visual effect of microtopping t can be completely tailored to your aesthetic preferences by combining colors and textures, thus guaranteeing a unique, deeply personalized result.

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