The most well-known use for Wetpour Maintenance is in playgrounds, it has exceptional impact-absorbing qualities that help reduce serious injury from falls off equipment. However, this versatile safety surface is often found in other recreational areas and commercial premises too. Wetpour can be used for pathways and trails, indoor walking tracks, tennis courts, multi-use game areas (MUGAs), animal pens in zoos, water parks, and more.
It is important to maintain your wetpour play surfacing regularly to ensure that it remains safe for children to play on. This can be done by brushing the area to eliminate mud, particles and other natural matter that can block up the pores of the rubberized safety flooring. This is a quick and effective way to keep your wetpour looking good as new. It is also a good idea to jet wash the surface occasionally, although this should be carried out by a specialist so that the high levels of pressure don’t damage the porous specification.
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One of the major benefits of wet pour maintenance is that it requires significantly less upkeep than traditional paving options. This is because the material can be swept clean and does not require a sealant like many tarmac alternatives do.
If the surface does become damaged, we can offer wetpour repair kits that can be used to fill in any cracks or splits. These are very easy to use, containing the perfect ratio of rubber granules and resin to make repairs as stress-free as possible.