To begin with, the steel is thoroughly cleaned before coating. This guarantees the strongest bond between the plastisol coating and the steel. After that, the product is thoroughly coated with a primer. The primer is formulated explicitly for coatings. Next, the primer is baked at high temperatures. At this time the surface is perfect for accepting the coating. Fully dipping the product into liquid plastisol is the next step. Finally, the coated floor is evenly cured for an extended time at high temperatures. Our heat-cured surface is smooth and resistant to bacterial and fungal growth. This is not true for floors not cured in ovens. Uniform curing strengthens adhesion. This process produces a tough surface with superior wear resistance.