Concrete and Terrazzo Floor
  • What should you do to well maintain your concrete floor
    What should you do to well maintain your concrete floor
    Welcome to our blog, where we dive into the world of concrete flooring. Often associated with industrial settings, concrete floors including polished concrete, terrazzo floors and dry-shake concrete floors have become increasingly popular in residential and commercial spaces due to their durability, aesthetic appeal, and easy maintenance. In this guide, we'll explore the materials used in concrete flooring, the different types available, their unique features, common cleaning and maintenance problems, and effective methods to keep your concrete floor looking its best.     What Is Concrete Flooring Concrete flooring refers to a solid, durable, and versatile flooring option made from a combination of cement, aggregates (such as sand or gravel), and water.    The Popular Types of Concrete Floor 1. Polished Concrete: Achieved by grinding and polishing the surface to create a glossy finish, polished concrete is highly durable and showcases the natural beauty of the concrete.  2. Terrazzo Floor: It’s a composite material and consists of different kinds of aggregates like chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, poured with a cementitious binder (for chemical binding), polymeric (for physical binding), or a combination of both.    Features of Concrete Flooring 1. Durability: Concrete floors can withstand heavy foot traffic, making them ideal for high-traffic areas such as retail stores, offices, and garages. 2. Versatility: Concrete can be customized with various colors, stains, textures, and patterns, allowing for endless design possibilities. 3. Low Maintenance: Concrete floors are relatively easy to maintain, requiring regular cleaning and occasional resealing to preserve their appearance and protect against stains.     The Common Floor Cleaning and Maintenance Problems 1. Stains and chemical liquid residues: Concrete floors are susceptible to stains from spills like oil, grease, or acidic substances. If left untreated, these stains can become stubborn and difficult to remove, for example, the oil residues, drinks residues and black tire marks. 2. Scratches and Scuffs: Heavy wheels or dragging sharp objects can leave scratches or scuffs on the concrete surface, affecting its aesthetic appeal.  Solution For these two cases, you better renovate and deep clean the floor.   If it’s a big area,  you can choose the powerful ride-on auto floor scrubber dryer machine like our T150 Pro, up to 85KG pressure on the disc brush, 650 RPM for the roller brush and 220 RPM for the disc brush, the deep cleaning job can be easily taken over. You can choose aggressive deep cleaning floor pads including diamond polishing pads or PBT roller brushes and floor cleaners to remove the stains. We recommend you to drive them slowly to deep clean the stained part. Usu...

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