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Concrete products for walls and floors

One of the most popular finishes for a bathroom is Cemcrete. This is a decorative, coloured, waterproof cement finish that has a portland cement base and sets rock-hard.

 

Don't think that you have to tile bathroom walls and floors when there are so many other options to choose from.

One of the most popular finishes for a bathroom is Cemcrete. This is a decorative, coloured, waterproof cement finish that has a portland cement base and sets rock-hard.

Cemcete CemWash is water resistant, economical and extremely durable, plus it's also easy to apply. The product is supplied in powder form and only requires the addition of clean water before being applied with a large blockbrush.

Use Cemcrete CemWash in bathrooms for a tough, waterproof and durable finish that can be applied to brick, block or cured plaster walls to provide a decorative and natural finish for bathroom walls. If you need to apply Cemcrete CenWash to previously painted surfaces, all you have to do is use in conjunction with CemBond.

Not only for bathrooms, Cemcrete CemWash can also be used in other areas - both indoors and outdoors.

How to mix and use CemWash

Mix to a paste 3 volumes CemWash with 1 volume water. Add 1 further volume water and mix to a creamy slurry. Apply all mixed material within 1 hour. Keep mixture stirred.

For best results all windows, doors and adjacent surfaces should be masked using masking tape and brown paper. All masking material must be removed at the end of the day's work.

 

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Apply liberally using a 150mm x 50mm block brush ensuring that all joints and holes in the masonry or concrete are filled. If a brushed effect is desired, finish with vertical up-strokes. Remember to keep a wet edge at all times and work from architectural feature to architectural feature to prevent unsightly joint marks. Do not come back to patch. It is advisable to use at least two applicators per wall, one above and one below, following closely behind to avoid dry joints. Allow at least 2 days between coats.

Each coat to be cured by wetting with clean water 3 times during the day following the day of application.