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Religious and Environmentally Enhancing Uses for Concrete

Hi! My name is Martha. I am a deeply spiritual person and a lover of the environment. To give myself a chance to meld those two interests, I have created a beautiful space in my back garden complete with a concrete birdbath, a small patio and a great deal of flowers. In this blog, I am going to help you learn to use concrete in your sanctuary. Whether you are designing a huge church or just creating a small spiritual space in your home, you will find posts that help you integrate concrete into that space. I hope you find inspiration for both your faith and your decorating objectives in this blog!

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3 Valuable Tips for Maintaining Your Decorative Concrete

Concrete is a well-known material commonly used in building structures. Despite being utilitarian, you may not know that concrete is also a great material to use to enhance the aesthetics of a structure. Floors, driveways, patios, and walls can be transformed into exciting decorative pieces while maintaining concrete's durability benefits.

However, once the designs are complete and the concrete has cured, it is vital to ensure they are protected and properly maintained. While wear and tear are inevitable over a long time of regular usage, there are ways of ensuring your decorative concrete is protected.

Here are valuable tips to keep your decorative concrete clean and in top-notch condition.

Sweep regularly

Dust and debris are pretty common outdoors. If you live in an area lined with trees, you probably need to spend a lot of time sweeping dead leaves and twigs away from your walkways and driveway.

As a result, it can be incredibly tiring and bothersome to clean up regularly. However, to protect your decorative concrete, you must remove this debris. If left to decay on the concrete, it can leave behind unsightly stains that are incredibly challenging to remove.

Clearing the leaves and twigs fast will ensure you don't have to do intensive cleaning later, which would undoubtedly cost you a lot of time and money.

Apply a wax layer

Waxing is a great option, ideally for your interior decorative concrete floors. In the house, items such as furniture tend to be dragged around often. As a result, it leads to ugly scratches on the concrete floor that stick out like a sore thumb. These marks can be challenging to remove or repair. Therefore, preventative measures are ideal. 

Applying a wax layer specifically designed for decorative concrete floors can provide an effective protective coating. The coat will significantly reduce abrasion, staining, and dirt and diminish the need for regular rigorous cleaning.

Speak to the experts

When it comes to decorative concreting, there is no better person to talk to than a professional supplier or installer. They have expert knowledge and tips for maintaining your decorative concrete in superb condition.

You may want to find the best and most appropriate cleaning agents to apply to your decorative concrete to avoid damaging it. As you may know, decorative concrete comes in various forms, which means you may need a cleaning product designed for your specific needs.

A professional decorative concrete installer can help you identify the perfect cleaning solution, ensuring you avoid a damaging and costly mistake.