IT'S SO CLEAN is specialized in Concrete Polishing and Concrete Restoration Process.

Concrete polishing is a process of diamond grinding the concrete surface then applying a premium hardener densifier and sealer to change the molecular structure of the concrete wear zone. The hardener system reacts with the concrete to produce insoluble calcium silicate hydrate within the concrete pores. The increased surface hardness reduces dusting and simplifies maintenance producing a cleaner, healthier environment. Once the concrete polishing system has been installed there are no peeling, chipping, and flaking issues.

Concrete polishing is a dry process that allows our customers to eliminate any significant down time. Access can be given to areas as we work. This often allows us to work during normal operating periods if needed. We use highly effective HEPA filtration vacuum systems that remove all airborne dust particles. This process eliminates the need to cover most equipment and puts our customers back on the floor immediately after the process is complete.
The removal of a thin layer of porous concrete plus the use of fast-drying water soluble densifiers closes the surface pores of unpolished concrete, making the floor less porous and more dense. This makes polished concrete floors stronger and better wearing. They absorb fewer contaminants such as water and lubricants, and resist impacts more effectively.
Normal dusting of unpolished concrete increases the cost and frequency of floor cleaning. Porous concrete often acts like sandpaper and speeds the deterioration of wheels, brushes and cleaning pads. Concrete dust settles on everything from sensitive machinery, moving and maintenance equipment and warehoused inventory. Concrete polishing removes this thin layer of porous concrete
Unpolished porous concrete floors speed the deterioration of expensive moving equipment wheels. The hardened and densified nature of polished concrete floors reduces tire marks and much of the wear and tear on expensive moving equipment wheels by eliminating the porous, unpolished first layer of concrete