• for minor spills or vehicle drippings, simply wipe them up with a paper towel or other soft cloth
  • periodic cleaning is best with a soft dust mop
  • for heavy cleaning of soiled epoxy flooring, sweep away any loose debris and then mop the floor with a foam mop and hot water.  
  • some winter road products may leave a hazy film on epoxy flooring after cleaning - simply remove with hot water and a firm bristle brush. Then rinse with clear water.
  • some stains like rust may require light scrubbing with a kitchen scrubbing pad.  If you are unable to remove with just hot water, we recommend using soft scrub.  Do not use comet or other abrasive cleaning chemicals on the coating.
  • If desired the epoxy floor can simply be hosed out and squeezed dry.
  • do not use any cleaner that contains acid (ex. citrus cleaners or vinegar) or soap-based cleaners.  Soap based cleaners leave a residue on the epoxy flooring that not only detracts from the sine, but also becomes increasingly slippery should the floor get wet.
  • Place a welcome mat by any entry door to assist removal of snow and water from the bottoms of shoes when entering the garage.  
  • Place a computer mouse pad under a motorcycle kickstand to prevent damage to the coating surface.
  • Ensure all areas are clean before lifting heavy loads with rolling jacks.
  • Place pieces of half-inch plywood under jack stands when bearing heavy loads.
  • Use a welding mat when welding above epoxy coated flooring.

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3 easy tips for maintaining your epoxy flooring

 Epoxy garage floors are one the of easiest types of garage floors to clean and maintain. With just routine cleaning they will stay looking new for years.

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Most dust and debris should require nothing more than a broom and a dust mop. Epoxy floors are basically a non-stick surface, so dust only sits on top. The dust mop easily lifts it off the floor. This is true even for garage floors that have the anti-slip additive.


Large floors require contraction joints and dust particles can collect in these cracks. Also, you may find that dirt accumulates along the walls and corners of the garage.  A dust mop may not be able to reach these areas so use a vacuum. Once again, the dirt does not stick to the floor and should come up easily.


A soft cloth or paper towel is usually all you need to wipe up oil leaks or other fluid on an epoxy floor. If there is residue left after wiping, use some glass cleaner and it should come right up.