As a natural mineral, these interiors give you a clean and hypoallergenic environment. Furthermore, if in time you wish to change the colour of your finish, it only needs sanding and applying a different coloured coat of the finishing product.

Our guide, ‘the cost of poured polished concrete per m2‘, provides a detailed explanation of the pros and cons of microcement (a cheaper alternative to polished concrete), the cost differences and where a microcement would be most appropriate.

Characteristics and benefits; Seamless, industrial, choice of colours, easy to clean, satin or matt finishes.

Typical uses; Any internal decorative space where you want an industrial look.

For industrial spaces, look at our selection of warehouse flooring.

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Microcement from Forcrete

Flexflooring primarily use a system developed by Forcrete. The main development principle of the system is that every layer is fully waterproof. The sealers acting as a sacrificial layer and help prevent staining. They are not required to make the cement waterproof. This is achieved by using epoxy resin hybrid technology. The introduction of an epoxy with the cement ensures a water proof and very smooth hard durable surface.

The system uses an epoxy primer, for the relevant sub base, a choice of base coats, a finish coat an then there are a number of sealers that can be utilised.

There are a number of different brands of Microcement on the market today, many manufactured in Europe and each have their own idiosyncrasies and slightly different finishes. At Flexflooring we have tried many of them and believe that Forcrete’s is one of the better products around.

More information about the product itself can be found at

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