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Maintenance

Implementation of the following maintenance program will allow the Ashford Formula to continue to react with the concrete, lifting contaminants away from the concrete and allowing the marble-like sheen to develop.

Scrub Floor Often:  Minimum routine cleaning 2-3 times per week with CreteClean Plus with Scar Guard provides superior results.

Clean Spills Quickly: After densification is complete, concrete will resist contamination and moisture penetration of most liquids.  Corrosive or aggressively staining contaminants should be removed quickly to avoid possible staining.

 

RECOMMENDED SUPPLIES

  • Automatic Scrubber
    Capable of 125 – 150 lbs. of downward pressure.
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  • Black Stripping Pads or Medium-Aggressive Nylon Brushes
    Accelerates the sheen and creates a more uniform appearance.
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  • Detergent*: CreteClean Plus with Scar Guard
    Performance enhancing detergent specifically designed to clean densified and densified-polished concrete floors.  Regular use helps decrease the visibility of minor scratches and blemishes and helps maintain the concrete sheen.
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    *If other detergents are used they should be non-acidic and void of hydroxides and sulfates.
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  • Large Volumes of Water
    Water used while cleaning the concrete surface will actually accelerate the reaction between Ashford Formula and the concrete.
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  • Oil Emulsifier & Acrylic Stripper: CreteStrip
    Use directly on stain for spot treatment.
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  • Polypropylene or Stiff-Poly Brushes
    Regular mainentance after sheen develops.
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