Yes, a polyurea coated patio is generally easy to clean. Polyurea is a durable and resilient coating that offers excellent resistance to stains, chemicals, abrasion, and weathering. It creates a smooth, seamless, and non-porous surface that is relatively easy to maintain and clean.
To clean a polyurea coated patio, you can follow these general steps:
- Remove loose debris: Sweep or use a leaf blower to remove leaves, dirt, or other loose debris from the surface of the patio.
- Rinse with water: Use a garden hose or a pressure washer with a wide-angle nozzle to rinse the patio surface with clean water. This helps remove surface dirt and prepares the area for further cleaning.
- Use mild soap or detergent: If there are stubborn stains or dirt, you can mix a mild soap or detergent with water in a bucket. Use a soft-bristle brush or a mop to scrub the surface gently. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners as they may damage the coating.
- Rinse thoroughly: After scrubbing, rinse the patio surface thoroughly with clean water to remove any soapy residue. Ensure that all cleaning solution is washed away.
- Dry the surface: Allow the patio to air dry or use a clean towel or mop to remove excess water. Avoid leaving standing water on the surface for an extended period as it may affect the coating.
By regularly cleaning your polyurea coated patio and promptly addressing spills or stains, you can keep it looking clean and well-maintained for an extended period. However, it’s always a good idea to refer to the specific maintenance instructions provided by the coating manufacturer for the best practices and any product-specific recommendations.