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Microcement Colour Chart

Microcement Colour Chart

Microcement Colours

One of the essential characteristics of microcement is to have a wide variety of Microcement colours available. The success of a project depends in many cases the palette of colours available.

Permanence of colour guaranteed

The chart colours of microcement is very large. It allows combinations for all kind of projects. The majority of our colours can be applied to exteriors and interiors exposed to the effects of sunlight without loosing its initial colour. The pigments and additives used are of high quality so that we can guarantee its permanence.

The colour chart  of microcement below must be considered an approximate reference. The configuration of your computer monitor or the quality of your printer modify the colour and the tone of the image.

Colour Chart