Ritambhara tells us three benefits of epoxy flooring, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths.
Epoxy flooring, made by combining liquid hardening chemicals and a liquid polymer resin, is generally used to protect the concrete or wooden floor from disfiguring due to constant wear and tear. Nevertheless, one can opt for a floor that is made entirely from epoxy. Such type of flooring finds good application in industrial flooring so as to withstand the chemical spills.
#.Can be Beautifully Customised to Attain Amazing look
To give amazing opaque looks for industries or homes, pigments are used. Chips of plastics in various shapes, sizes and colours can be mixed to create the marble, terrazzo, gravelled or mortar epoxy flooring. These look stunning in porch areas or garages. The company logo can be easily customized with these.
#.Can be Easily Customised to Suit the Needs
For giving traction to the flooring, colour chips, sand (preferably quartz sand), and other hard plastics are mixed. This type of flooring can also be customized with anti-static properties and used in electronic manufacturing or laboratories to save the sensitive electronic equipment. Homes can be given an entirely new look by with the epoxy tiles for the bathroom, kitchen or entrance that experience a huge traffic.
#. A Good Idea of DIY
The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) kits are generally inexpensive and can be easily applied. One can simply grab a kit from the stores that deal with home improvement or can choose to seek the help of the professionals to handle the task.
©Ritambhara Kumari Upadhyay
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A Panjab University, IIT- Roorkee, and IIRS-ISRO alumnus, academician, and researcher, Ritambhara is a writer by choice. Her passion for reading and writing has impelled her to foray into the world of writing. As a freelance writer and editor, she loves to pen-down whatever comes to her mind. She staunchly believes, “Truth doesn’t admit any impediments.”