I am planning to protect my epoxy floor from scratches with a 0.15mm HD polyethylene foil during some furniture install work.
The epoxy floor has a glossy clear coat and is installed since 1+ years. The HD polyethylene foil is green UV-treated greenhouse foil.
The thing is, I left a heavy paint bucket overnight on a piece of foil and the next day I noticed that under the foil the epoxy clear coat appears to have developed some non-coloured ridges which seem raised to the touch and are impossible to remove.
Is there any chance that there is some chemical/physical reaction between the foil and the epoxy clear coat or the damage described is just because of the sharp bottom of the heavy paint bucket that laid there?
I did use plastic foil for protection in the past and was not aware of such an issue. I am trying to avoid any further damage to the floor if I use the same foil during my furniture installation.