Acrylic Sealers for Concrete Floors

Looking for a floor with long-term protection and beauty? Acrylic sealers for concrete provide both. Acrylic sealers work by forming a protective film on the surface of concrete, which helps prevent water penetration and other issues with concrete such as efflorescence. Stain-resistance and color enhancements are two more benefits of acrylic sealers for concrete.

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Staining outdoor concrete surfaces like patios and driveways

Some see concrete. We see a canvass. Staining outdoor concrete surfaces like patios, driveways, walkways, etc., is a fast, easy, affordable way to transform a dull gray outdoor concrete surface into something colorful and wonderful. It just takes a little knowledge.

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Best Concrete Sealers - Acrylic, Epoxy and Polyurethane

Whether having new concrete floors installed in a residential home or large business setting, quality products and proper installation are vital. To ensure success, specific steps are followed, one being the application of a protective coating. With the right concrete floor coatings, the surface will wear better, last longer, and retain its gorgeous esthetics.

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Resinous Flooring designed for a Food Processing Facility

Safe design in a food processing facility is critical in establishing a hygienic environment. A pre-requisite for producing pure and safe food and beverages, it is vital in forging a relationship of trust and loyalty with consumers. The nature of food products, especially perishable raw materials, within an environment that requires human participation puts the processed food at a high risk of contamination.

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How to Protect Your Stained Concrete Floors?

Protect your stained concrete floors with acrylic, epoxy and/or polyurethane topcoats depending on the space - residential or commercial. When it comes to sealers for your stained concrete floors, there is no shortage of products, brands, and contracting companies from which to obtain them. Much less readily available is the expertise or even basic understanding necessary for the selection and application of such products from the very people who offer them. This leads to problems down the line that require time and funds to correct, along with the familiar frustration that has become associated with sealers and the applicators of such sealers.

 

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Concrete Sealers Protect Your Floors

Self-leveling concrete is both strong and durable. With self-leveling concrete, no trowelling is required because it can level out on its own. It can tolerate foot traffic for up to three hours after installation. There is no promotion of mold or mildew growth, either. However, self-leveling concrete isn’t invincible. It requires a certain amount of care and maintenance.

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Best Sealers For Stamped Concrete Pool Decks, Driveways and Patios

Just like an exterior wood deck, sealers for stamped concrete pool decks and patios should be reapplied every few years. This is a fairly simple project that will protect and restore your pool deck, patios and driveway.

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How To Make Concrete Floors look like large tiles?

Anything that can be made, can be made with concrete. It is the most versatile building product on the planet. So, if you’re wondering how to make concrete tile there are a few options and we have virtually every product and tool you need.

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What are the polished concrete flooring options in New York City?

Polished concrete floors are very popular these days in New York City. There are several options available for a property owner as far as color, texture and finish of the concrete floors. If the concrete is in good shape then the most sought after option is mechanical grinding & polishing process. 

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How to avoid lap lines and roller marks while applying concrete sealers?

The two most common problems with sealer application are ‘lap lines’ and ‘roller marks’. The lap lines are caused by the ‘push-pull’ applicators and roller marks are caused obviously by ‘rollers’. Rollers are used for lower-viscosity concrete sealers while push-pull applicators are used for higher-viscosity sealers or coatings. The roller marks or lap lines can show up with any sealer or coating and on any surface or substrate. These are created by physical forces exerted on the liquid sealer during application.

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