Concrete Floor Wax

On March 27, 2013, in Decorative Concrete, by admin

Concrete floor wax serves as a sacrificial coat on decorative interior floors. As with any type of flooring, concrete does wear down over time with traffic.

Although there may already be coat of sealer, it will wear down as well and resealing interior concrete can be a nasty, smelly job that you want to avoid if possible. This makes periodic applications of floor wax a good idea. This also restores the shine to the floor.

How often you need to reapply a wax depends on how much foot traffic there is. Most residential floors can go from several months up to a year or longer before needing another coat. Fortunately, this can be a quick and simple task. There’s no need for machines or intense labor, just apply concrete floor wax with a mop.

What kind of wax should be used? Like I said, applying a floor wax doesn’t need to be a big production that involves buffing. A simple “mop on” floor wax is all that’s necessary. Clean the floor, mop on the wax, and walk away. You can find a decent concrete floor wax at any box store such as Home Depot or Lowes. Concrete/masonry supply stores sell specially designed waxes for interior concrete floors.

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