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Regular cleaning

As with any surfacing material Proline-Eco Drives Resin Bound Surficing System should be cleaned regularly and as frequently as necessary to maintain its appearancw. Cleaning will also aid identification of any areas that require repair. Sweep with a broom to remove leaves, paper etc. Use water as necessary to wash the surface.

Removing of moss and algae

Remove any moss or algae on the surface with a proprierty moss removal solution or diluted household bleach can be used to kill moss withiin the surface. If using bleach, take care to avoid prolonged contact with aggregates, such as limestone, to avoid discolouring. Wash Thoroughly with plenty of clean water afterwards, and abide with local regulations with regard to use of chemicals.

Chewing gum removal

Chewing gum can be removed by scraping, chipping or using proprietary local "spot" removal solutions, or by larger scale commercial cleaning. Take care not to dislodge aggregate.

Removing cement stains

Cement stains can be removed using hydrochloric acid (follow health and safety guidance), Test first to ensure no surface damage or discolouration will occur.

Using the surface

Proline-Eco Drives Resin Bound Surficing System is designed to be used by foot/pedestrian traffic and by light domestic vehicle traffic. Protect the surface fromo high impact loading. For example, scaffolding, skips, pneumatic supports on skip lorries, and avoid dragging heavy loads across the surface. Protect the surface from other materials which may stain, soften or damage the surface such as, engine fluida, petrol, oil, diesel, paints, chewing gum and cement.

Localised repairs

Proline-Eco Drives Resin Bound Surficing System can be repaired using the same combination of resin combination of resin and aggregate as used during installation. Repairs should be carried out out immediately as they as they are required to avoid further damage and degredation.

Exclusions

Damage caused by forceful impact, improper use, inappropriate traffic, mechanical damage. Reflective cracking from the base (eg. concrete, tarmac). Damage caused by movement created by growth of tree roots, wheel tracking, failing of substrate, spillage, heave. Failure to install it on a suitable substrate such as, structural concrete or wearing course tarmac or other approved suitable substrate. Use for any purpose or by traffic other than described for the product.