Volume: 1 L / 3 L

Consumption: 3 m² / 10 m²

It is an aqueous-acrylic hardener for Microcement, cement, and gypsum mixtures. It can be used as an intercoat impregnant for concrete or lime coatings and thick layers of Microcement.


• The substrate must be clean, dry and firm. Remove crumbling and flaking old coatings, prepare the surface. 
• General painting surface preparation: apply primer on plastered, chalky or absorbent surfaces. Use covering primer for previously painted walls, MDFs, chipboards, fiberboards.
• Apply colored undercoat: a layer of decorative paint in the color of the future coating.
• Shake before application!
Mix Microcement and Cementino in a ratio of 3:1 and mix thoroughly with a mixer at low speed. If the mixture is too thick to work with, add a little more Cementino.
• Attention! Do not dilute the mixture with water!
• The mixture should be prepared in small batches for one working period. If a significant amount of mixture is prepared and not used, it will solidify in the bucket and will be unusable.
Cementino mixture is tinted with MeToo or Monicolor pigments in any natural color according to the palettes:
mka.paint, NCS, RAL Classic, RAL Design, Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Willians, Farrow&Ball, Little Greene, Paint&Paper, Dulux and others.
 - Cementino can also be tinted to a custom color with pigment formula matching. A test sample should be made to match the selected shade exactly. 
 - It is not recommended to add white pigment if its amount exceeds 5% of the volume of Cementino. 
 -The characteristics of the material do not allow to obtain too pure, bright or dark colors by tinting. To correct such shades, apply additional tinting of Microcement with a mixture of French glaze and decorative paint.
Storage temperature: +5 to +25°С
 Shelf life: 12 months 
Resistance class: 1
Intermediate drying: 6 – 8 hours 
Through drying: 24 hours
 Composition: acrylic polymer dispersion, cellulose ethers, plasticizer, biocide and target additives.
Manufactured in accordance with TU2332-004-72723477-2011