Concrete surfaces should be cleaned regularly and sealed at least once a year and touched when necessary. These 4 simple steps will help keep your texture looking great for years to come.
4 steps to concrete care
1. Sweep or vacuum concrete surfaces or slabs at least once a week to remove dirt, debris, and stains that have built up over time. Use pressure washers on these surfaces every six months or as needed to prevent water stains and water retention.
2. Seal concrete surfaces once a year to protect them from harsh environmental conditions such as rain, snow, ice, sun and vehicle traffic. This helps maintain the new look of the concrete by protecting the concrete from damage that may be caused by exposure to these elements.
3. Repair small cracks or defects in concrete surfaces (sometimes caused by metal blades, large construction machinery, or even a large moving truck) as soon as possible to prevent the concrete from deteriorating faster.
4. Clean the washing machine or towel regularly, and if possible with a broom. If you can’t use a pressure washer on the concrete, use a spray pump instead to remove stains and grime that build up over time. Remember, concrete is easier to clean before it builds up than it is to remove.
Save your concrete
Concrete maintenance can be carried out through weekly cleaning, annual re-sealing, the fastest possible crack repair and, if necessary, extensive rinsing / rinsing. Concrete corridors, sidewalks and terraces are often exposed to harsh environmental conditions such as rain, snow, ice, sun and car traffic.
Maintenance of your concrete track
Your entrance is one of the main areas where concrete is exposed to many harsh environments. When installing for the first time, make sure that the concrete surface is still good. So be sure to clean and thoroughly clean your entrance weekly.
Also, every six months, you should wash the entire surface under high pressure with various cleaning chemicals or clean water to remove stains or other objects that have built up over time. It is also advisable to reseal the concrete once a year to protect it from various environmental influences such as rain, snow and strong sunlight.