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  • 2020-09-13
    Concrete can be polished using both wet or dry techniques, and contractors generally use a combination of both methods. Wet grinding involves using water, which makes the diamond abrasives cooler and eliminates the dust from grinding.
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  • 2020-09-07
    Concrete is the most used substance in the world, more than any other man-made material. But it can be difficult to maintain and repair. You can choose to fix it yourself or hire a concrete grinding service to do the job for you. Here is what you need to know about the process and how a concrete grinding service can benefit you.
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  • 2020-08-29
    Concrete flooring is an excellent choice for interiors, as there are many routes to achieve the end user’s goals. Some of the most common interior concrete floor options include stained and sealed floors, overlay stain systems, solid color epoxy flooring, and decorative epoxy systems.
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  • 2020-08-11
    When making your own concrete it's important to use the correct concrete mixing ratios to produce a strong, durable concrete mix. then use metal bond diamond tools and resin diamonds to grind the floors.
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  • 2020-07-06
    Surface preparation is a vital step in the concrete polishing process, but maintenance is the key to making sure that a floor lasts. Foot traffic, heavy machinery, dirt, grime, spills, and more can dirty polished concrete and wear down the topcoat sealant over time, causing a floor to lose its shine. Luckily, polished concrete is low-maintenance and easy to clean.
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  • 2020-07-01
    Some good cleaners include Castile soap, liquid dish detergent, stone cleaners and mild floor cleaners. Mix a solution, apply to floor with a wet mop and then rinse with a mop dipped in clean water. To make your concrete floors resistant to future stains, apply a concrete sealant.
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  • 2020-06-01
    How to Stain Interior Concrete Floors in 7 Easy Steps 1. Prep Your Floors & trim. 2. Wash and dry your floors. 3. How to Stain Concrete. 4. Neutralize the acid on your stained concrete floors. 5. Rinse the floor and allow to dry. 6. Seal your new stained concrete floors. 7. Wax your stained concrete floors.
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  • 2020-05-04
    How to Finish Concrete Floors to Look Like Marble 1. Sweep the concrete thoroughly to clean the floor. 2. Paint the floor with a concrete primer using a paint roller, making sure the primer covers the floor completely. 3. Using the paint roller, paint the entire floor with the base color you chose. 4. Choose a complementary color to your base coat. 5. Apply a third color, different from the two colors in Step 4, but complementary to them, by dappling it on with a natural sponge before the paint you have already applied is dry. 6. ... (more items)
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  • 2020-04-23
    Concrete does not deplete natural resources, requires less energy than other floor types to produce, and is made (poured) locally. Concrete is good for indoor air quality because it inhibits mold, mildew, and odors, contains no potentially harmful VOCs, and can be finished with zero-VOC sealers.
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  • 2020-03-25
    So you’ve got some paint on your concrete floor or concrete driveway that you need to remove? Well, I’ve been there before so I know exactly what it is your trying to tackle. But you should know that removing paint from concrete can be a time-consuming process and require a whole lot of elbow grease.
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  • 2020-02-03
    How to Remove Concrete Coatings with DTS diamonds, Stripping It Down, Acid etching, Shot blasting, Concrete grinder
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  • 2020-01-07
    While there are a number of professional floor coating companies that operate both nationally and internationally, installing your own epoxy floor coating can be a cost-saving and fulfilling way of getting the job done.
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