How to Clean Epoxy Floors

August 3, 2022

For Fort Worth/Dallas homeowners who don’t want to sacrifice aesthetics for functionality, epoxy flooring is the way to go. However, many people have questions about how to maintain them. This guide will show you the best ways to clean your epoxy floors.


A good dust mop will go a long way in keeping your epoxy floors in tip-top shape. If epoxy garage floors see a lot of vehicles and human traffic, they may require a more thorough scrub every three to four months to remain spotless. You may have to scrub the floor vigorously at least once a month if it regularly interacts with outdoor Fort Worth elements like snow and rain. 

Get the Right Cleaning Products

Some products will make removing dirt from your epoxy floors easier and enhance their shine. A gallon of hot water with half a cup of ammonia makes an excellent cleaning solution for epoxy floors. Experts in Dallas/ Fort Worth also recommend using a hot water-simple green solution with an 8:1 ratio to clean epoxy flooring. Use a still nylon brush with light strokes to avoid damaging the floor. 

Spot Cleaning

Here are some chemicals and liquids that will cause damage to epoxy floors if they aren’t cleaned immediately. 

  • Paint
  • Gas spills
  • Engine oil spills
  • Antifreeze
  • Any chemicals from your vehicle

To remove stains, use a soft deck brush or kitchen scrubbing sponge with warm water. Avoid harsh chemicals and steel wool as they will damage the floor. 

Are you looking to have your epoxy cleaned? Or do you need a new one? Consider Artisan Garage Floors. Our garage floor artisans have over 30 years of combined experience, and they use high-quality, industry-grade materials to create the highest quality epoxy garage floors. Contact us today for a free estimate.

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