Today we will share with you some ideas to renovate the floors of your house with liquid porcelain. A trend that grows day by day due to its easy application, its high resistance and excellent finish. So once again we ask you a lot of attention because right now we start!
What is the difference between liquid porcelain tile and epoxy paints
Have you ever seen a floor with liquid porcelain? If the answer is negative, you are in the right place because today we will tell you everything about them. The liquid porcelain It is a coating that is made of resin that generates monolithic (one-piece) floors, smooth and uniform in appearance. The most widely used resins are generally polyurethane and epoxy.
The main difference that we find between epoxy paint and liquid porcelain is that the latter self-levels due to the thickness of its material, and epoxy paint does not.
This material is an excellent solution for floors that have high traffic and is mainly composed of resin and hardener. The detail is in its uniform finish and the range of colors with a one-color, multicolored, marbled or marbled finish. But why are they so used? They are being implemented a lot lately for their ability to renovate old floors like damaged tiles, granite floors, carpets or against floors. This porcelain tile is applied directly on them generating a continuous and smooth layer that generates modern spaces without the need to remove them previously, giving your interior design an original and distinctive touch.
But ... How do we apply it?
Surely you wonder how you can apply it, because, as we mentioned earlier, it can be applied on any type of pre-existing coating. Once applied, the drying time is approximately 8 hours as long as we have an ambient temperature of 20 °. There are fast drying resins on the market that can speed up the process. On the amount to be applied will depend on the amount that we are going to fill with our material but it is recommended not to generate a layer more than 5 millimeters thick. In Architecture Planet as we are accustomed to, we leave you some images of floors with liquid porcelain so that they know their different alternatives. Let's see…