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A comprehensive guide on how to clean your new microcement floors, walls, ceilings and joinery & the best cleaning products to use on Microcement 

To ensure the longevity of your microcement, it is essential to use specific cleaning products and accessories.

 

By utilizing these specific products, you will save time and money, and your microcement will also maintain its beautiful and clean appearance for years to come. 

To clean your microcement we recommend using at least one of the wet and dry accories listed lebow for your microcement 

  1. Dry Microfibre Mop

  2. Spray Microfibre Mop 

  3. Soft Bristle Broom

  4. Vaccume With A Hardfloor Cleaning Head (microfibre)

  5. Spong Mop

  6. White scotch pad (heavy cleaning only) 

Do not use steam cleaners 

Cleaning microcement is quick and easy with the right products 

  1. Raw Surfaces Polished Concrete and Hard Surface Cleaner (best fastest results) 

  2. warm water 

  3. Ph Neutral Cleaner

Do not use, acids i.e vingar lemon juice, alklines .ie bleach solvents i.e metho ONLY USE ph neutral cleaners on microcement surfaces

Microcement Cleaning Instructions 

  1. Immediate Cleaning Is Required - if an accident or a spill happens, wipe it off your microcement immediately with a damp cloth or our spray and wipe ph neutral cleaner.

  2. General Cleaning (daily or regular) - Use a dry microfibre mop, soft bristle broom or hard floor vacuum to remove dirt, dust, pet hair and debris. This will keep your microcement feeling fresh and help reduce possible scratching and scuffing. 

  3.  Ph Neutral Cleaning (weekly or as required) - mopping or wiping your microcement surface  Polished Concrete & hard surface cleaning solution will breakdown and clean greases, mildew, mould, oils and odours that are a part of life; again, if you spill something clean it up straight away. (if you cannot access our polished concrete and hard surface cleaning solution, only ph-neutral cleaner may be used. 

  • The frequency of "general cleaning" on microcement will depend on use. High-traffic areas will require more regular cleaning.

  • spills/accidents on microcement must be cleaned immediately

  • do not leave spills on microcement for extended periods

  • do not use any cleaning solution that is not ph neutral on microcement

  • do not clean microcement with anything acidic i.e. lemon juice or vinegar do not clean with bleach, mould killer or ammonia or standard concrete cleaners

  • do not use abrasive cleaners such as jiff or Gumption microcement

  • Do not leave pooling water on your microcement

Microcement Cleaning Products 

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