Concrete Floor Sealing

Concrete Sealing

It is absolutely necessary to seal concrete due to its density. Concrete floor sealing will protect against staining and make it easier to clean. If you are to try sealing concrete yourself you must choose very carefully which sealer to use and how to apply it. Stripping failed sealers is very difficult and costly.

Concrete needs to be sealed to prevent permanent staining. From the time it is poured, concrete can be exposed to efflorescence, salt attack, spills, weather, animals, children and tradesmen, so it is best to seal it sooner rather than later.

Sealing concrete floors will work by making what was once a porous surface that would attract and draw in oils, waters, moulds etc, to now a treated surface that will repeal these penetrates. In return your job of hosing, moping or sweeping now be a lot more effective and easier.

All concrete surfaces are acid sensitive. For example: Red wines, fruit juices, vinegars, cokes and most cleaning products can etch into your surface giving a patchy, dull or smokey look. This can only be corrected by regrinding or polishing. The right sealers will protect from acids etching. Choosing the right concrete sealing products for concrete floor sealing is critical.

Patterned or Stencil coloured concretes look awesome when they are new. Unprotected they can immediately begin to fade due to UV damage and quickly discolour when penetrated by foreign matter. Moisture entering below the surface of concrete and freezing at night will also quickly deteriorate and shorten concretes life. Fusion recommends sealing concrete for protection from the above things and makings your areas much easier and manageable to clean.

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