How many Worktop Premix Kits do I need for my project?

How many Worktop Premix Kits do I need for my project?

Each Worktop Premix Kit will cover an area of 0.6sqm at a thickness of 20mm. If you are building “lips” or “downstands” around the outer perimeter of the concrete to give your worktop the appearance of a greater thickness do … Continued
Can I use Microcement in the bathroom?

Can I use Microcement in the bathroom?

Yes it can be used in bathrooms and wet areas however we recommend you seek our advice or better still training before undertaking such projects.
Should I use CSA Additive to accelerate the curing of my concrete?

Should I use CSA Additive to accelerate the curing of my concrete?

Generally with our Premix and Craft Mix Kits, CSA is not required. The blend and quality of cementitious ingredients will ensure that the concrete will cure quickly enough to be processed within 24 hours of the initial pour. If you … Continued
How do I clean my microcement floor?

How do I clean my microcement floor?

A pH-neutral cleaner is best for decorative concrete flooring.  Avoid harsh cleaning products such as ammonia, citrus, bleach, vinegar or pine cleaners because they can react with the concrete and etch the surface. For daily cleaning, it is enough to … Continued
Can I add dyes to my concrete?

Can I add dyes to my concrete?

Yes you can add dyes to add colour to your concrete. We sell a selection of dyes on our website. We advise that you purchase a small quantity of dye and do some tests because colours on screen rarely reflect … Continued
How much dye should I use in my concrete mix?

How much dye should I use in my concrete mix?

Up to 10% but generally there is little difference between 5 and 10%. Powdered dyes are far more potent as an integral dye than liquid versions. We recommend that you carry out your own tests with dyes and record and … Continued
What is the recipe for GFRC/Worktop Concrete?

What is the recipe for GFRC/Worktop Concrete?

This does vary because no two cements are the same, sands are of different grades, some additives are stronger than others but the general recipe is as follows; A Equal parts Cementitious Material and Sand (Cementitious Material = Cement and … Continued