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Preventing Unsightly Stains on Concrete Floors

There are plenty of good reasons why concrete flooring remains the go-to flooring material in both homes and businesses. For starters, it’s impervious to wear and tear, making it one of the toughest flooring options available today. Not only that, but it’s also easy to clean and maintain, allowing it to handle consistent and heavy traffic. But like its counterparts, concrete flooring will still be vulnerable to damage if it’s unprotected. Guardian Garage Floors, a trusted source and installer of quality garage floor finishes, expounds on this here.

How Concrete Floors Get Stained

Bare concrete flooring tends to absorb moisture and spilled liquids into its pores. This leads to unsightly stains that can be very difficult to remove. Scrubbing and washing down the floor may help, but those stains will most likely stay visible, leaving a mark on an otherwise neat and sleek surface. Fortunately, there are a couple of simple and effective ways to prevent staining in your concrete flooring.

  • Add a sealer. When a sealer is applied to the concrete, it adds a protective film over the material and makes it nonporous. This prevents moisture and spills from finding their way into the concrete and leaving stains.

  • Have a polyaspartic coating system installed. Bare concrete garage floors are more prone to stains because of possible oil drips from your motor vehicle. But with the top-tier garage floor finishes from Guardian Garage Floors, this will no longer be much of a problem. Our polyaspartic floor coating systems are perfect for garages because they create a tough and stain-resistant outer layer. There’s no need for regular cleaning, patching and repairing. Any oil or liquid spills on your concrete floor can be removed with little effort.

Our polyaspartic floor coatings are not only impervious to stains but can also protect against cracking, denting, peeling and chipping in concrete garage floors as well. They also last longer compared to garage floor epoxy. And if you want to update your concrete flooring with something other than a clear finish, our polyaspartic coatings are available in a wide variety of colors and designs.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you need a better and stronger alternative to garage floor epoxy, look no further than Guardian Garage Floors. With our high-quality polyaspartic coating systems, we’ll make sure your concrete garage floors can provide decades of tough and maintenance-free performance. Give us a call today at (615) 645-3696 or fill out this contact form to schedule a consultation.

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