How To Maintain An Epoxy Floor


Do you feel like your resin floor is getting old and want to make it look like new? However, you don’t know how to go about it. Indeed, some people lacking knowledge of how to maintain a resin floor spend a lot of money calling professionals to make their floor shine again.

And yet, preserving the appearance of your resin floor, and keeping it as long as possible, requires very little. So, without further ado, let’s dive into this blog and learn some of the things you need to know about maintaining an epoxy floor.

The different types of floor resins


Epoxy is the most common type of resin flooring. It has two main components, one of which is the hardener that is added to the base to ensure an excellent lifespan for your floor. Then there is also the polyurethane type resin, which is a plastic material.

Polyurethane comes in both rigid and flexible forms without joints. Its most significant advantage is that it is particularly easy to use and can be used for various purposes, including flooring, insulation, or upholstery. As with epoxy, polyurethane is durable over time, provided it is properly maintained.

The strengths of resin flooring

Both epoxy and polyurethane have great mechanical resistance with formidable strength. This resistance allows them to withstand heavy crushing loads. Moreover, they are also easy to maintain and are very insulating from a thermal and electrical point of view.

Indeed, the resin is a major asset for the safety of modern buildings, which is why it is very popular in the world of industry and agribusiness. However, these floors require regular and appropriate maintenance to keep them in good condition.

The maintenance technique of the floor resin just after its installation


There are a few golden rules to follow if your resin floor has just been installed. Indeed, resin specialists say that you should monitor the curing period of your floor, which will depend entirely on the humidity level as well as the temperature on your premises.

However, beware that even if the resin appears to be dry, it is forbidden to walk on it or to let any form of liquid spill on it. It is also important that your flooring achieves its chemical resistance within seven days to one month after installation, depending on the conditions of your premises.

What are the essential accessories?

To maintain your floor’s resin, it is not necessary to use many materials or cleaning products. Most of the time, a mop soaked in soapy water is enough. However, avoid at all costs using any abrasive material, such as a scraper, because it could not only be scratched but also damage your floor.

In order to dust your floor before mopping, we recommend using a vacuum cleaner with a soft rubber vent while avoiding hard tips. However, in order to save a maximum of time during your cleaning, it is advisable to use a mono brush equipped with a disc. Moreover, you can also use a motorized scrubber-drier for cleaning larger surfaces.

What not to do during the maintenance of your resin floor?


It’s important to follow the maintenance precautions below to make your flooring last as long as possible:

    • Be sure not to let any stains dry on the floor.
    • Avoid using any type of detergent, including washing powders, as they will eventually bleach your floor.
    • Remember to dust your floor regularly, as dust can be dangerous for the resin, despite the installation of an antistatic floor.
    • Remove small stones regularly with a vacuum cleaner.

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