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characteristics difference in granolithic floor finishes
Granolithic Floor is a marble type mosaic floor finish that uses Portland cement as base materials. It has a characteristics of durability, beauty and variety installed in either by: a. Monolithic or cast in place - means massively, solid, single and uniform floor finish cast in place. A mixture of cement and marble chips to a proportion of 1:3 is casted on top of a rough floor slab surface to an average thickness of 1.25 cm. the floor is then grinded after it has attained sufficient hardness to withstand abrasion and vibration caused by the grinding machine. Grinding of the floor surface should not be allowed earlier than 48 hours after casting. b. Pre-cast - refers to granolithic tiles in various dimensions hydraulically pressed and molded in a factory. The distinctive difference between the cast in place and the pre-cast installation is the manner and place of casting or molding. The former being installed on site and the latter at the factory site. Thus, pre-cast is installed in a tile form while cast in place is installed in a fresh mixed form.
An artificial stone - used for paving.
i have recently learnt abit about laying granolithic floors basicaly what you have to do is lay it same as a normal screed then when the water comes to the top you have to go over it till its gone then wait until water comes back up and keep repeating this process until no more water comes back up
If the floor finish in the room that the closet opens from is tile, and the base of the closet is at floor level, having the same floor finish in the closet is attractive and makes it easy to clean.
Coating your garage floor with epoxy seal paint will provide you with the best clear finish. For a better finish, coat your garage floor multiple times.
it eamns the type of floor desired. it can be of wood, tiles, terazzo, marble etc.. :)
Above Finish Floor
To remove rubber padding that has adhered to a hardwood floor, use a very thin wallpaper scraper, proceed slowly and finish by lightly sanding the area. The finish of the floor has most likely been dissolved by contact with the runner padding, so the finish will need to be renewed.
It can be, but it might damage the floor's finish.
Yes, although it's important to stain and finish the floor first.