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In the 1990s, when concrete polishing took off in the United States, silicate hardener/densifiers were rarely used. Now, a concrete floor is not considered properly polished if densifier has not been applied to rejection.
One message comes through loud and clear in any discussion, debate or disagreement about the various types of densifiers used in concrete polishing.
Almost all of them work, with one exception...
Densifiers are an underutilized, misunderstood and overlooked key to producing a beautiful and durable polished concrete floor.
Densifying concrete can improve color as well as performance. These innovative materials will help you firm up your surface.
Sometimes terminology can be confusing. Take the case of chemical hardeners and densifiers.; these words have somewhat unusual meanings within the realm of concrete.
This article outlines the different properties and meanings of both.
Treating concrete with densifiers increases compressive and tensile strength while adding moisture- and abrasion-resistance.
For many years, customers have been asking SealSource LLC for a densifier with color. As company CEO Kym Nelson reports, they may be the first company to offer a densifier that includes coloring pigments: SS ColorSystem, a penetrating, chemical densifier available in a wide range of colors.
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