Epoxy is a thermosetting resin obtained from the reaction of epoxide resin with polyamine or polyamide hardener. Epoxy has a wide range of applications, including in epoxy paint, epoxy flooring, granite epoxy, FRP, and adhesives. Epoxy is a thermoset or thermosetting co-polymer; which consists of two different chemicals. These two materials are known as resin and hardener or activator or hardener.
Maintenance of epoxy floors is not difficult. In fact, many people choose epoxy flooring for their garages because they are so easy to maintain. However, there are guidelines for keeping epoxy floors clean. You can keep your epoxy floors in top condition by doing general maintenance, deep cleaning every few months, and stain removal as needed.
Epoxy floor maintenance methods
It is possible to guarantee the quality of work and long life for the product by following the principles of correct maintenance. It is worth mentioning that the maintenance of this product is very easy and does not require a lot of money. Here are the tips you need to know to maintain epoxy floors:
Unfortunately, improper execution can affect the appearance and texture of your floor, especially if you do not have professional experience in using it. Epoxy or resin is difficult to work with, resin and activator are needed to have a strong epoxy floor. Since epoxy is a two-part product, it requires a professional contractor to obtain the proper ratio. If an inexperienced person tries to use this product, the restoration of your epoxy floor may come with some defects.
The most common problems with epoxy flooring:
To restore this purpose, you can remove the bottom layer and re-apply the flooring.
Epoxy floors are used in buildings and many places, such as parking lot epoxy floors, sports halls, factories and hospitals, because of their many uses in various industries, they require high precision in maintenance.