An epoxy and quartz aggregate floor should be cleaned daily using the suggested methods. As this is the only required maintenance, the right systems should be in place to protect your floors durability, slip-resistance, and longevity.
Routine Cleaning of an Epoxy & Quartz Floor
Commercial spaces are subject to regulatory health and safety standards. These are implemented with best practices which must be followed by cleaning practices to stay up to code.
While food scraps and debris should be swept up throughout the day and spills addressed as soon as possible, a thorough cleaning of the floor usually follows the end of operations daily. This type of flooring should be cleaned once a day.
Read about how to clean an epoxy and quartz aggregate flooring.
The Deep Clean/Spring Cleaning
Many facilities with epoxy and quartz aggregate flooring plan intermittent deep cleaning throughout the year. During these more detail-oriented cleaning programs, we suggest using a power washer. Power washing a seamless epoxy and quartz aggregate flooring throughout the year can help to preserve the aesthetic and sanitary conditions of the floor. By power washing areas that receive only daily routine cleaning, managers can ensure that hard-to-reach areas such as cove base and behind equipment can be given an opportunity to be spruced up.
This method is not only fast but can save on the amount of water and cleaning solution needed. Be sure to fill the power washer with diluted cleaning solution.
Cleaning a Newly Installed Floor
Newly installed floors should be cleaned with only hot water (no soap) during the first week. We recommend this method although if soap is necessary for your space, we suggest using a very diluted mixture.
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