Easy Removing Mastic from Concrete

Feb 9th

Removing mastic from concrete – To keep your concrete floor indoors or outdoors as long as possible, you have to protect it well. By impregnating your concrete floor it is protected against dirt and grease stains. Impregnation is one of the best and cheapest maintenance options and the appearance of your floor is retained. A concrete floor can only be impregnated after the ‘curing’ layer has been removed.

Removing Mastic Concrete
Removing Mastic Concrete

This layer is applied just after pouring and serves as a delay for hardening the concrete. When removing mastic from concrete cures too quickly, it can shrink or dry out causing cracks. This curing layer may be removed after +/- one month. The most common techniques for removing this curing layer are with lithofinlosilfix, which loosens the layer, or by grinding or polishing with diamond. With lithofin losefix you can remove the curing yourself.

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Cutting the layer yourself is not recommended as it can damage your floor if it is not executed correctly. That is why you should call upon a specialist expert to have your curing removed. Through our quotation service you can easily get in touch with craftsmen from your neighborhood. Please note, if you do not intend to impregnate your removing mastic from concrete floor, let this curing layer look good. Over time, it will also wear away automatically.