Cleaning anti slip surfaces is extremely important, it is critical that the surface is kept free from contaminants. Surface modification changes the surface from smooth to textured and increases the coefficient of friction and therefore gives contaminants a place to lodge. If the recesses which have been created are allowed to fill with dirt, dust oils or detergents, the floor might become slippery again.
• Use an enzyme-based surfactant free cleaner or vinegar to wash your surface (here is a example of one)
• Mix as directed using hot water
• Apply to surface and scrub vigorously with deck (strong bristle) brush
• Using a wet vacuum, remove cleaner and dirt or use a hose with a high-pressure nozzle to rinse off.
Alternativley, use a mechanical cleaner with brissles to clean surface. (not a floor polisher or over aggressive brushes, this may scrub out the texture on the surface)
• Use a pressure cleaner to ensure deeply lodged contaminants are removed for the surface
• Do not use Detergent or cleaners with surfactants in as they evaporate and leave a slippery film on the surface
• Do not use an abrasive mechanical cleaner or polisher on the treated surface