Primer & Impregnation
Over time, floors wear out, become cracked or stained. Other signs of age and fatigue may also occur in the material. For example, floors can turn yellow when exposed to intense sunlight. Then it is time to repair the floor.
This can be done by applying a new coat of paint. However, in order to protect the floor from a variety of influences, it must be primed. Impregnation is also possible. It is usually transparent and penetrates into the concrete superficially due to the high liquidity (low viscosity). It is used in the creation of dust-free and dirt repellent floors and even in the consolidation of screed/concrete surfaces. In addition, surface hardness and adhesive strength can also be improved.