Having your concrete resurfaced not only gives the floor a new life but it also makes it much easier to clean and maintain. The sealer that is added helps protect the surface from any strong penetrating stains/chemicals. Your floor will have a new glossy look that is offered when you resurface your floor.
Ignoring any small cracks, abrasions, stains, or chemical spills on your resurfaced concrete can lead to much more costly repairs and replacements. Your floors are much more capable of handling harsh environments; however, routine inspection can help diminish possible issues.
When you are caring for your concrete, we suggest periodically checking for abrasions or cracks in the concrete that could allow spills or chemicals to further damage the surface. If harsh substances penetrate through broken areas your foundation could be in trouble.
Sweeping, Mopping or Cleaning the Surface
Sometimes damaging debris is left behind and if your resurfaced concrete is in a highly used area, then damage can occur. Light sweeping, mopping, or simply cleaning off the surface can help minimize any such damages.
Luckily, when our concrete contractors resurface your floor, deep cleaning is not necessary, but when it is required make sure to avoid using harsh chemicals.