Epoxy flooring is easy to clean and durable, and it looks great in nearly any area. But to make sure your epoxy flooring lasts, there are a few maintenance tasks you should complete on a regular basis:
- Try to keep dirt and debris off of your epoxy flooring as much as possible. If, for example, you have epoxy flooring in your garage, use a shop vacuum with a brush attachment to pick up any dirt and debris from your flooring. This will prevent the dirt and debris from scratching your epoxy flooring over time.
- When you clean your epoxy flooring, don’t use a soap-based cleaner. If you do this multiple times in a row, the soap will start to build up on your flooring.
- When something spills on your epoxy flooring, wipe it up right away. We recommend using a shop vac to pick up the spill and then cleaning the area with a mop and some warm water.
- If you end up with heavily soiled epoxy flooring, start by sweeping and vacuuming the area thoroughly. After removing all this dirt, grime, and grit on the surface, use a mop and hot water to eliminate the remaining buildup. Then, use a mixture of clear ammonia and water to do a second mopping.
If you want more tips for caring for your epoxy flooring, we’re here to help. Contact us today to learn more about taking care of your epoxy floors!