Concrete Coating Removal Stripping Paint From Concrete
JK Concrete polishing provides concrete coating removal of glue, epoxy, and paint. There are two methods for removing coatings, mechanical, and chemical. Mechanical consists of grinding or sanding the coating off.
Chemical is using a stripper to remove the coatings. The mechanical process will damage the floor surface.
JK concrete polishing technicians are experts in analyzing the surface, sub-surface conditions in determining the guiding and eco-friendly concerns.
Steps of concrete coating removal
1: JK concrete polishing will check the surface for walls like curing materials, oil, grease, existing sealers, dirt, and efflorescence.
2: This step involves inspection of painted surfaces. If the review team spots deprivation or peeling of paints, they might recommend complete removal of the surface.
3: Removing all the loose concretes and clean surface defects like cracks and holes and fill them.
4: The workers to test the concrete. For “water drop” tests, which help them to find out whether the surface is perfectly clean?
5: This step would involve cleaning of the uncoated concrete by removing all foreign materials like grease, oil, and chemicals.
Other ways of removing coatings are measures that include shot blasting, diamond grinding, and scarification.
We generally start at a 16 grit metal bond diamonds and finishing at a 1500 resign bond grit.
After the removal of layers, the concrete becomes ready for a variety of applications.
If you live in Los Angeles or any of its surrounding areas JK Concrete Polishing.
Concrete coating removal Services areas: Calabasas, Tarzana, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Santa Clarita, Westlake Village, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Hancock Park, Encino, Malibu, Porter Ranch, Burbank, Bel Aire, Pasadena, La Canada, Simi Valley, Mt Olympus, Culver City