The polymerization consists in applying a polymer preparation to the floor, forming an impermeable coating. Polymer has curing and anti-skid properties, gives a high gloss and helps maintain cleanliness. Acrylic flooring including: concrete, PVC, linoleum, marble, panels and rubber.
Crystallization involves application of a chemical agent to the surface, changing the structure of the floor. It cures the surface, so that the floor becomes resistant to damage. Crystallization provides: high gloss and anti-slip properties. Supported surfaces: stone, concrete, conglomerate and terrazzo.
lacquering involves application of several layers of lacquer that leaves a protective layer on the wood surface. It protects against mechanical and chemical damage and moisture. Individually selected finish: gloss, half-mat or mat, affects the degree of slippage of the floor. Lacquering is performed on wooden floors of each type.
Oiling involves application of several layers of specialized oil that penetrates into the wood structure. Impregnation does not leave on the surface of additional layers, so the floor freely regulates its microclimate - "breathes". After impregnation the floor is resistant to damage and also has antistatic properties. Oils are prepared for wooden floors of various types, excluding calcium carbonate or silica.
Waxing involves application of a layer of wax that forms a topcoat. Wax protects against ingress of dirt, acts anti-static, gives shine, and prevents from water ingress, while allowing the floor to regulate its microclimate. It is mainly used on wooden surfaces.
Hydrophobisation, or hydrophobic coating (protection from absorption of moisture and liquids). It involves application of a preparation that penetrates into the surface structure or leaves a thin coating on it. Hydrophobization is performed on various types of floors: concrete, stone, brick.