Stamped flooring in Nigeria has been around for a long time; chances are you’ve seen it before but mistook it for something else. This is due to the fact that stamped concrete mimics the appearance of natural materials such as granite, brick, wood, stone, and slate.
Stamped concrete, which comes in a variety of colors, patterns, and textures, can be used to create natural-looking visuals at a fraction of the cost.
The right tools, materials, and skills are required to create such a convincing floor. The perfect stamp flooring in Nigeria can be installed in 8 simple steps by a skilled professional.
Step 1 of Applying Stamp Flooring in Nigeria
Cast the concrete, which is the act of pouring the concrete into the desired area. After the concrete has been poured, it should be compacted and leveled to the desired thickness.
After the surface has been leveled, apply the Color Hardener by hand to the surface.
After that, a concrete float should be used by hand on the freshly prepared concrete to create a smooth surface. Floating not only prepares the concrete for step 4 but also removes any surface imperfections.
Shake the Colour Release over the surface by hand with a perfectly smooth surface.
You are now ready to Stamp Flooring in Nigeria. Assemble the stamping tools like a jigsaw puzzle and ensure that they are aligned to provide a consistent pattern. Apply even pressure to the stamping tools and use a textured wheel to define any areas that need it. Allow 24 hours for this freshly stamped concrete to cure before allowing any light traffic.
After the curing period, the surface can be power-washed to remove dust and dirt.
After that, a Release Cleaner should be used to remove any remaining materials and dirt.
If you need a professional recommendation, Why not give TPAVE team a call today if you want more information on concrete flooring or if you want to upgrade the interior of your property? We are always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have.