Basement flooring – The most common surface to basement floors is a concrete foundation. It serves as a strong material for storage and requires very little maintenance. There is more than one method to remove paint from a concrete floor, but the quickest and least dangerous is jetting. This affordable method allows you to clean off the paint without the use of toxic chemicals or dangerous tools.
Remove paint from a concrete basement flooring, Use a pressure washer. Devices with replaceable tips and adjustable settings are available for sale or rent at home improvement retailers and hardware stores. Drain the basement of anything that covers painted floor. Tires solid surfaces and objects with a waterproof canvas or plastic sheeting. Take safety glasses and ventilate the basement as much as possible. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to properly fill the tank with cold water. Attach a 25-inch tip to the nozzle spray wand. Set the washing machine on a medium spray pattern and pressure setting to start. Turn the stick on the concrete surface at a 45 degree angle. Squeezing the trigger on the wand to spray the paint, working on a manageable area of the floor until the paint washes.
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Gradually increase the pressure washer’s setting to clean remove stubborn paint if necessary. Continue to spray the rest of the concrete floor until the bare surface is visible. Mop the basement flooring with a cleaning agent to remove loose paint residue. Allowing the concrete to air dry for 1 to 2 full days.