WE GIVE ANSWERS TO ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT POLICRETE

Policrete is the technology of liquid porcelain, which is the original mixture of resin, size quartz aggregates and special additives. It is designed by POLICRETE to create a modern industrial design decoration for urban indoor and outdoor environments.

Policrete was designed to withstand 1/8” cracks. All structural cracks and cracks greater than 1/8 are not compatible with our anti-crack membrane.

Policrete can be applied on any hard floor: tile, ceramic, natural stone, hard wood, porcelain, Mexican tile, cement.

If that crack is not over 1/8” and isn’t a structural problem, the answer is YES. Policrete has an anti-cracking membrane that supports to up 1/8” crack.

 

No, you can’t. Laminate floor it isn’t a stable floor, it has a lot of movement and Policrete was not design for that kind of floor.

 

Policrete emits a minimum dust because we use hard and heavy particles in our formulation.

 

Policrete is a mix of resins and sealers that provide a waterproof resistance in the bathrooms including inside the showers.

No, you don’t. But if your intent is to change the baseboards, the best is to remove them before applying Policrete. Otherwise, it is not necessary to remove it.

No, you don’t. Policrete is 1/8” to 1/4” in thickness.

Policrete could be Gloss or Satin. 

Policrete will be seamless in the living room, rooms, bathrooms, kitchens, dining room. You will see a seam line under the doors or if you prefer, we can recommend thresholders.

Yes. Policrete was designed to be applied over any hard surface. Our sealers are anti-bacterial.

Policrete is a scratch resistant material. However, you can’t use sharp materials on the floor. 

No. Policrete is odor free so it can be applied on condominiums, apartments, offices.

Policrete has 8 colors for you to choose from but we can make custom colors.

Policrete is seamless by areas. You will have a seam line under the doors.

 

Yes. Policrete can be used on walls.

Policrete can be applied on exteriors but because we use porcelain aggregates on our formulation, the floor could be hot.

Policrete has sealers to protect your floor from stains. However, it is best to clean it up immediately after any spillage.

 

Policrete was designed to resist up to 1/8” cracking.

 

Policrete has 1/8” to 1/4” thickness.

 

No, you can’t. gypsum is very fragile and doesn’t promote the adequate base.

 

Yes, we can go over any hard and stable surface.

 

Yes, we can apply Policrete on epoxy.

 

Yes, you can. However, if the damage is big, it is necessary to re do all the area.

The difference between Policrete Residential and Commercial is the sealer we apply. Policrete Commercial has more coats to resist more abrasion and impacts.

 

Policrete is very easy to clean. Just 2 or 3 drops of neutral detergent in a gallon of water and you are ready to clean.

No, you can’t. This kind of product is abrasive and cumulative over the floor and compromises the sealers.

Because Policrete thickness is only ¼” you can apply over the existent Policrete.

This depends on the type of floor you have but it takes an average of 7 business days.

If we are talking about a single house, apartments or condominium, then it varies from 7 to 15 business days.

Policrete was not designed to be applied up to 75o F. 

 

If your home is under construction, definitely you must cover with RAM BOARD. Be attentive to not apply tape over the floor directly.

 

Yes, we have an additive to make our floor safe.

Policrete is eco-friendly for pets and children.

Policrete is UV protected for indoor and outdoor applications.

 

Yes, you can. We have special base to apply over sound proof.