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Why is Concrete Surface Preparation Important?

When concrete is first poured, it is a blank canvas. Over time, that concrete will be subject to all sorts of wear and tear. Even if the concrete is well-maintained, there may come a time when it needs to be resurfaced or refinished. That's where concrete surface preparation comes in.

Concrete surface preparation is the process of cleaning and repairing concrete before applying a new coating or finish. This step is critical to the success of any concrete resurfacing project, as it ensures that the new coating will adhere properly and last for many years to come.

There are many different methods of concrete surface preparation, depending on the specific project requirements. Some common methods include power washing, sandblasting, grinding, and shot blasting.

No matter which concrete surface preparation method you use, the goal is always the same: to create a clean, smooth surface that is ready to receive the new coating. Skipping this step will almost always result in poor adhesion and premature failure of the new coating.

If you're planning any concrete resurfacing project, be sure to invest the time and effort required for proper concrete surface preparation. Your finished project will thank you for it!

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