So Do Polished Concrete Floors Stain Easy?
Although Polished Concrete Floors are stain-resistant, they can still stain if spills are not cleaned promptly. The most common stains we see are fruit juice, wine, vinegar, laundry soaps, and pet stains.
These liquids tend to have an extreme pH and can etch the most superficial surface of a floor, requiring repair.
We use a penetrating sealer on all of our finishes, which is designed to help prevent staining. This penetrating sealer can help repel water and resist stains by minimising the ability of water and stains to enter the concrete (all without creating a film above the concrete).
So generally speaking, your Polished Concrete should not get stained easily. But please keep in mind that when spills occur, the more quickly you clean up the spills, the less likely the spills are to stain your floor. Also try to be extra careful with substances such as oil and grease, as these types of spills are more difficult for the sealer to repel and can cause stains that are extremely difficult to remove.
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