Epoxy flooring, often utilized in garages and industrial settings, which consists of epoxy resins that coat and protect the floor. Durable epoxy flooring gives a waterproof barrier, resists chemicals, mould and petroleum, and requires very little maintenance to keep it clean. Pulling in or backing out of the garage too quickly, however, can leave tire marks on your epoxy flooring. These marks require a stronger way of cleaning than mopping alone to remove them completely, but do not always necessitate the use of harsh chemicals.
Mix 1 gallon of warm water with about two tablespoons of dish soap and then implement it into the tire marks. Allow it to sit for at three to five minutes. Alternatively, put on rubber gloves and pour or spray enough citrus solvent on the tire marks to cover them fully.
Scrub the marks with a melamine sponge to remove them from the epoxy flooring. If you utilized citrus solvent, scrub the floor with a firm-bristled brush.
Mop the floor with clean water in a bucket to remove any cleaning residue and allow it to dry.