Microcement in kitchens

The kitchen is one of the spaces in the house that suffers the most wear and tear over the years. We spend a lot of time in it and it is necessary to have a coating that is bacteria-free and practical. Applying microcement in the kitchen is the ideal solution for a clean, seamless space with a modern look.

This continuous decorative cladding transforms the kitchen into an inspiring place where design, aesthetics and elegant appearance come together. The feeling of light and spaciousness stimulates the joy of a room in which we enjoy many memorable moments.

Spaces in the house tend to be versatile and open. The kitchen is not un exception and microcement is the best choice to highlight this part of the home without additional elements.

Advantages of microcement in kitchens

Microcement in kitchens provides many advantages that make sense for the application of this cladding in a room so exposed to wear and tear.

Microcement on kitchen floor in grey tones

Microcement in kitchens: a safe bet

Microcement in kitchens has attracted interior designers and architects. The variety of finishes and the easy way of working make it ideal to obtain personalities in the kitchen according to the needs of each project.

What aesthetic level does smooth microcement bring to this part of the house? As a decorative coating, it provides continuous surfaces that conveys sophistication and harmony.

Microcement is perfect to combine with other materials and the kitchen is the ideal space to acquire a flexible and personalised design.

It covers, decorates, renovates and transforms the kitchen, avoiding roughness in shapes and colours. It is a product to create elegant, exquisite atmospheres with a handcrafted application.

Microcement in the kitchen covering floor and walls

Microcement in kitchens: areas of application

The variety of finishes offered by microcement increases the decoration possibilities in the kitchen. Walls, floors and worktops are perfect spaces to present a personal and unique style.

Microcement wall cladding in the kitchen is the best option to bring out a cosy, calm and sophisticated atmosphere. Resistance to wear and tear and the high decorative looks are the perfect combination for a space that needs to unite a tone of distinction and practicality.

It is important for the kitchen floor to be resistant to moisture and the impact of objects. The need to combine functionality and aesthetics leads to the use of continuous surfaces without joints that catch the light and show out colours that are pleasing to the eye.

Microcement in kitchens is applicable on floors and walls. in worktops The technical characteristics of the material are made the best use of due to its extraordinary functionality, the high resistance to stains from coffee, wine, vinegar, lemon juice or any other everyday product.

Maintenance of microcement in kitchens

MyRevest is characterised by offering the highest quality in all its products and the durability of microcement in kitchens. It is a fundamental characteristic, which is reinforced when the cladding is properly maintained and cleaned.

The main properties of microcement are its resistance, durability and beauty. The correct maintenance of the cladding allows these properties to reach the highest level. We show you how to correctly maintain a microcement cladding in the kitchen.


  • Biodegradable detergent cleaners: The use of cleaners specifically to meke more beautiful and to care for microcement is the best solution, especially in a room exposed to stains and high temperatures.
  • Bleach or solvents: it is not advisable to use this type of product as it can damage the varnish on the surface and leave permanent stains. If the protective layer is damaged, the coating will not be protected from water.
  • Although microcement is able to withstand high temperatures, it is not advisable to expose to continuous contact with heat.
  • Avoid cutting directly on the microcement surface.


  • Degrease removers / Alkaline ph>12 grease removers: these types of products cannot be used for the maintenance of a microcement surface, as they can affect the shine of the coating.
  • Acetone: it is not advisable to use this product for the maintenance of worktops.
  • Universal solvents: these products are strongly not suggested.
  • In general, the use of abrasive cleaners is not recommended, because they damage the varnish and can affect the microcement.
Microcement on light-coloured kitchen floor