1. If you spill something, simply wipe it up as soon as possible with anything handy. Do not leave spills on your floors for long periods of time.
2. A routinely light mop or sweep is to maintain a hygienic floor and to remove any harmful substances on your floors surface.
3. If for whatever reason you feel the need to heavy clean your epoxy floors, make sure to dust or sweep prior to any scrubbing to remove any debris that could harm your floors. Remember to use non-acidic cleaners that do not contain soap. Heavy soap cleaners leave film like streaks on your glass-like floors, dulling their shine.
4. In snowy areas, during the winter months, we suggest a much more routine rinse of your floors to remove any salt or treatments from being brought onto your floors. If salt and melted snow mix onto your floors and sit on your coating, it can begin to damage your epoxy floors.
5. Use a welcome mat for epoxy that is residential or commercial. This will incline other to wipe dirt and debris off of their shoes before entering your property, essentially, keeping your floors much cleaner.
6. To avoid possible damages to your epoxy floor, before moving or dragging heavy objects, sweep your floors to remove any possible harmful content.