In some places that require cleanliness and heavy traffic, the floor paving will inevitably become dirty when stepped on, which increases the workload of the cleaning staff and cannot be kept clean from time to time. Therefore, many locals choose floor tiles such as Dutch tiles. The use of antifouling agents to measure the quality of certain antifouling agents can be examined from the following aspects:
(1) Antifouling effect. This is the most important and fundamental indicator of antifouling agents.
(2) Anti-shoe print, rubber seal and cement paste performance.
(3) Anti-staining agent dry rate. Dry too fast to handle; dry too slowly and not yet dry during packaging will affect product quality.
(4) The gloss of the appearance of polished tiles. An excellent antifouling agent can not only improve the antifouling properties of the product, but also improve the gloss of the product.
(5) Harmless to human body. Many antifouling agents on the market use chemical raw materials that are harmful to the human body (such as toluene, chloroform, etc.). They have a strong pungent odor and will adversely affect the body of the operator.
(6) No corrosive effect on foam packaging materials. Some antifouling agents will react with foam products to prevent fouling. Antifouling agent information can damage the appearance and performance of packaging materials.