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On what substrates can epoxy flooring be applied?


Epoxy flooring, like any other type of flooring, needs a suitable infrastructure before installation and implementation, the importance of which is not hidden from anyone, especially knowledgeable people in this field. Before implementing any type of flooring, including epoxy flooring, we need to prepare the surface. For this purpose, we should have a completely flat bed, without seams, cracks and weak points.

The existence of any unevenness on the surface of the execution will lead to the creation of unexpected patterns on the surface of the final flooring. From a technical point of view, the best substrate for resin flooring, including epoxy flooring, concrete and cement surfaces, mosaic, ceramic and stone can also be accepted as a substrate.

However, it is not recommended to use epoxy on wood, plastic, bitumen and similar surfaces. During the foundation, it must be ensured that the substrate is free of any grease and moisture, and also has sufficient roughness and strength to implement epoxy flooring. If the defective parts of the substrate are not repaired during the flooring, eventually the epoxy flooring will not have the expected lifespan and will be separated due to the defect of the substrate.

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