What has made Reflector Enhancer flooring systems (also referred to as REFS) such a hit among builders and designers alike? It seems that there have been a lot of satisfied building and home owners that have expressed their satisfaction with the use of the product in their floors, making it one of the most demanded flooring systems available.
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The product actually started as a substitute to the more traditional floor staining products that have been used in the market for years. However, it has captivated the attention of designers property owners, and even architects. The popularity of this product has gone widespread, especially for business owners who want to enhance the floors of their commercial spaces. But what is it, in the first place?REFS is a result of a clamor among design professionals and owners of property who need alternatives to residential and commercial flooring products that are durable, low in maintenance costs and effort, while still giving a polished aesthetic to the floor at a reasonable price.What REFS do is that it makes new colors and patterns that other staining processes for flooring have failed.
These unique patterns and colors still perfectly complement any design or architecture surrounding the floor space. Among the numerous advantages REFS have include its unlimited range of designs, colors, and patterns; its durability that has been comparable to the most long-lasting flooring products; easy maintenance; cost effectiveness; and the easy and time-saving installation process, which is only half compared to other products.
The Reflector Enhancer system is actually a kind of powder and is mixed to either clear sealers or specialty coatings, which results in either a subtle clear or a multicolored dense finish. It is not a pigment, dye or a material with a metallic base. However, the color results on the floor with REFS give the floor a gleaming appearance.
The recommended amount of REFS to a gallon of coating or sealer is 20 tablespoons maximum. The existing floor made of concrete should first be prepped, making sure that dust and other foreign objects are absent. The enhancer system and clear epoxy or sealer mixture is then applied to the floor. While the sealer gets cured, the REFS also flow into the floor, giving it a mottled, polished effect. Once everything has cured and dried, the floor can be waxed and ready for use after 18 hours max. The resulting floor may look like a concrete floor that has been acid stained, but a floor with REFS is shinier, more durable and lasts longer.
The procedure of adding Reflector Enhancer to a concrete floor is highly recommended to be done by professionals. Making this a DIY project may not produce the effects as originally desired. It is imperative for a property owner to leave this procedure with experts that are known for their quality of work and sterling reputation. A company like Decorete, one of fastest rising and most esteemed names in the industry of building materials and installations should conduct these procedures, to be assured that the floor will really last long and look special.
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