Concrete is a strong material for outdoor and indoor floors. Not only is it durable, but also easy-to-clean. Concrete does stain, though, as it’s porous and will soak up dirt, harbor mildew and spills. Being tough concrete needs a periodic scrubbing.
For indoor concrete floors that are stamped, you’ll need to think about a gentler approach to how to clean it. You’ll just need a mop and a bucket of water mixed with an appropriate detergent. Don’t use ammonia, bleach or any highly acidic substance on stamped floors. It will be good to include Castile soap, stone cleaners and liquid dish detergent. Once solution is ready, apply it to floor with a wet mop. After that, rinse with a mop dipped in clean water.
Application of a concrete sealant will help to make your concrete floor resistant to future stains. It should be applied on clean and primed concrete, starting in the middle of the area and moving out to the edges of room. It is recommended that concrete indoor floors are resealed in every two - three years. Cleaning your concrete floor properly will keep it in your workshop, house and garage looking as good as new.