Save time and costs by recoating your resilient floor

by Madelein
Save time and costs by recoating your resilient floor

For floors that are damaged or heavily worn, replacement used to be the traditional answer. Thankfully, there are other options for those who want to extend the longevity and performance of their floors.

If you or your client has a resilient floor, you need to invest in an innovative recoating programme that can completely transform the look of your existing floor in a matter of hours. The Bona Recoating Program has been developed by professionals for professionals and is suitable for all types of resilient floors.

The systematic floor recoating and aftercare programme can be used to restore a resilient floor to its former beauty or change the colour or design of an existing floor. There are three steps involved in Bona’s recoating treatment:

Step 1:
Abrading with a Bona FlexiSand sanding machine and Bona diamond abrasives enables you to achieve the optimal prepared surface in no time.

Step 2:
Deep cleaning using a Bona PowerScrubber.

Step 3:
Add a coat of Bona Pure protective lacquer over the floor for durability and a smooth surface.

This recoating system will give your floor a durable, slip resistant and hygienic solution that can even be used on hospital floors. The process is quick, thereby minimising downtime, and partial floor repairs are also easy to do. It is suitable for heavy traffic areas as well as for sports floors, and an on-demand look can be achieved thanks to Creative Chips.

The Bona Care Program’s range of resilient solutions include a wide variety of colours and pre-designed shapes, making it easy to add symbols and images to your floor surface. Uneven surfaces and hard-to-reach areas, such as stairs, corners and round studded floors are no longer a challenge thanks to the flexibility of the programme.

For more information, contact FloorworX on Tel: +27 (11) 406 4024 or via www.floorworx.co.za.

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