Industrial flooring is progressively getting more and more advanced and creative these days. There are so many options to make your floor more attractive, strong, and durable. If you like having a concrete floor, but want to make it more attractive and last longer, then your best option is epoxy resin flooring.
In simple terms, epoxy resin flooring is made up of two components; the epoxy plastic resin and a mixer such as water. The mixture of them must be in the right amounts so that it sets and dries appropriately. Once mixed it can be applied to the substrate in various methods. You should use a professional resin floor installer if you want it done properly.
One common use for epoxy resin floorings is on concrete floors for industrial spaces. It can also actually be applied to other surfaces such as walls, bathroom floors, metals, ceramics, and is great for garage floors due to being easily cleanable and resistant to petrol spills. You can get the resin flooring in many different colours, and you can order a specific colour to get made if you require it.
Lots of people are interested in resin floor systems because they have lots of advantages that come with them. They are strong, resistant to chemicals, dust, and heat. They can be super glossy, easy to maintain, and they are also resistant to scruffs and abrasion.
How do I care for a resin flooring system?
Epoxy resin floors are pretty easy to maintain as long as you follow certain procedures. If you maintain them correctly they can last much longer – over ten years, meaning you get more for your money.
Keep surfaces dirt and grit free.
It’s a good idea to regularly sweep and remove dirt from your resin floor, because even though they are resilient to this, if it’s left over for a long period of time it will eventually cause damage. The best way is to use a vacuum cleaner that has a soft brush attachment, and stay clear of wiry scratchy brushes.
Avoid soap cleaners.
If you use cleaners containing soap on your resin flooring then it can build up and leave a residue over time. They do not need to soak when you clean them, warm water along with a soap free floor cleaner will be fine.
If staining occurs on your resin flooring, there is no need to worry. If you have a stain such as rust, then you can just scrub at this with a light scouring sponge, like one you would use for your dishes. Stay away from stain removers containing citrus and vinegar as this can break down the resin.