December 11, 2016

We Love to Cleaning Garages
Dirt Bike Guy

Garages are the most neglected partof any home. Am I right? But we love to clean this part of your home with passion. Dirt bike guys are professional garage cleaners that have years of experience cleaning the floor being made from cement of concrete.

Garages got dirty every time you park a car, bike or truck. This got more dirty when the oil leakage from the bike or car engine. Not the ordinary cleaning techniques would clean the garage as you do it in home or kitchen cleaning.Our experts will clean the garage in a way that you’d love using standard equipment’s and eco-friendly chemical and solutions.

When you book Dirt Bike Guy for your garage cleaning project, our professionally trained Guys will handle the sorting, labor, loading, hauling and proper disposal, recycling or donating. We’ll cleanup your garage or port space and rid you of clutter so that you can finally park your car where it belongs.

Services we offer includes

Oil and Grease Spots Removing

We use highly absorbable material that soaks oil and grease and remove the stains easily. This first step is necessary and if left there, the grease and oil will demolish the whole process of garage cleaning.

Fill the Cracks

Small cracks can be filled with an epoxy paste. Once you’ve filled the crack, scrape excess epoxy so that it’s flush with the floor. After the repair dries completely, do some light sanding for a smooth finish.For larger cracks, overfill with an epoxy paste. Let the repair dry. Then grind the area so it’s flush with the floor.

Seal the Floor

To prevent future staining, to minimize concrete dust, and to make it easier to sweep, we seal the garage floor. If you are planning to also paint your garage floor, sealant can act as a primer. Priming prior to painting can help achieve better adhesion if moisture is an issue or if the concrete is dusty and “weak”.

We choose a product that is either a water-based floor epoxy or a solvent-thinned epoxy. Use a nylon brush along the edges of your garage and use a roller — lint-free, all-purpose and solvent- and water-resistant with a medium nap — to apply the rest of the sealant. We apply the sealant liberally to make it sure to roll it out evenly.

Paint the Floor

We choose epoxy paint created especially for garage floors. We mix the paint firstevenly and thenapply a thineven first coat over the garage floor. Cut in along the edges of garage with a brush and then use a roller with a medium nap to apply the rest of the paint. The first coat takes about 24 hours todrythoroughly.

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