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Artist Grade Concrete Acid Stain Color Chart

Final color is determined by Your particular piece of concrete. As each piece of concrete is different and unique, each piece of concrete will color differently, allowing variance and beauty to unfold, giving each piece of concrete it's own unique interpretation of the color's used.

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Faded Linen Concrete Stain usually has more Creams, Soft Yellows, or Soft Buffs, and if your carefull to not scrub off too much of the residue which typically forms, it can have patches and areas of Off Whites and Linen Creams. color: pastel to light.

Buckskin Concrete Stain is usually more of a Tan, and/or Buffs, and/or a Light Browns mix. color: light to medium

Sandstone Concrete Stain usually has more Golds than Buffs and sometimes some Burnt Ambers. color: light to medium.

Faded Linen (New Color)
usually has more Creams, Soft Yellows, or Soft Buffs, and it can have patches and areas of Off Whites and Linen Creams.
color: pastel to light
Buckskin (New Color)
is usually more of a Tan, and/or Buffs, and/or a Light Browns mix.
color: light to medium
Sandstone (New Color)
usually has more Golds or Yellows than Buffs and sometimes some Burnt Ambers.
color: light to medium
 
 
 

Golden Sand is usually a Gold and Amber mix, though it can also be a caramel or cola color. color: light to medium

Island Sand is usually a Sandy, Buffy, or Rusty Tan. color: light to medium.

Honey Oak is usually a warm mix, with a Golden undertone and a light Brown overtone sometimes with Ambers coursing through. color: medium

Golden Sand
is usually more of a Caramel or Cola, and can have an Amberish Gold in it's unique combination.
color: light to medium
Island Sand
is usually Sandy, Buffy, or Rusty Tan.
color: light to medium
Honey Oak
is usually a warm mix of a Golden undertone with a Brown overtone, sometimes with Ambers coursing through.
color: light to medium

 

Canyon is usually more of a Brownish Amber. color: medium to dark
Terra Buff is usually more of an Amber or Earthtone Terracotta than a Red Terracotta, though it can have a warm mix of both. color: medium.
Rosewood is usually more of a Reddish with a golden undertone. color: medium to dark.
Canyon
is usually more of a Reddish or Brownish Amber with a Golden undertone.
color: medium to dark
Terra Buff (New Color)
is usually more of an Amber or Earthtone Terracotta, than a Red Terracotta, though it can have a warm mix of any or all 3.
color: medium
Rosewood
is usually a Reddish with a Golden undertone.
color: medium to dark

 

Saddle is a medium to darker Reddish. It can be more of a Burgundy-ish, or Mahogany with a heavier coat or two coats, and more like a Red Leather Saddle with a lighter coat or one coat. color: medium to dark

Mocha is usually more of a Beige or Medium Browns mix. color: medium

Western Brown is usually a medium to dark Leathery Brown mix, with a worn Golden or Tan undertone. color: medium

Saddle
is usually a Reddish, Burgundyish, or a Mahogany, much like a Red Leather Saddle.
color: medium to dark
Mocha (New Color)
is usually more of a Beige and/or a Medium Brown mix.
color: light to medium
Western Brown (New Color)
usually has more of a Medium Brown mix with a Worn Tan or Gold-ish undertone.
color: medium to dark

  
 
Leather Brown is a medium to darker Leathery Brown mix. Usually more Chocolatey Browns, can have traces of Blacks. color: medium to dark
Brownstone is usually a Brownish Black. color: dark
Leather Brown
is usually a medium to dark Leathery Brown mix.
color: medium to dark
Coffee
is usually more of a Dark Walnut with Blacks and Dark Browns.
color: dark
Brownstone (New Color)
is usually more of a Brownish Black.
color: dark
 
 
 

Riverstone is usually a mix of light and dark greys on smoother concrete, when applied lightly and washed off after only a few hours of dry time. And a medium brown, sometimes with darker greys on broom finished, textured, or rougher concrete, or if applied heavy and/or allowed to sit overnight. color: light to dark
Onyx is about as Black, as it gets
Riverstone
can be Greys or Browns, though it is usually a mix of light and dark greys on smoother concrete. And a medium brown, or a darker grey on broom finished, textured, or rougher concrete.
 color: light to dark
Weathered Wood (New Color)
can also have more Greys or it can have more Browns, depending on the concrete. It can go darker or lighter as well. A test is highly suggested.
color: light to dark
 
Onyx
is about as Black, as it gets.
color: dark

Tip for Riverstone and Weathered Wood
For a better chance at achieving the lighter grey or medium grey, apply the stain in a light coat and neutralize it and wash it down after it has completely dried, usually just 1 to 4 hours. To achieve darker greys and/or browns, apply a good saturating coat and let it sit longer, up to 24 hours, before neutralizing and washing.) Also: Weathered Wood tends to be slightly darker and/or have more browns than Riverstone
 
 
Turquoise is, well, Turquoise
Sea Mist is a soft mix of light Blues and Greens. color: pastel to light.
Mossy Green is usually a Light Pastel Green with hints of Browns. color: pastel to light.
Turquoise
is, well, a Blue Turquoise.
color: light to medium
Sea Mist (New Color)
is usually a soft mix of Light Blues and Light Greens.
color: pastel to light
Mossy Green
is usually a Light Pastel Green with hints of Browns.
 color: pastel to light
 
 
 
Slate is usually a darker Green with either dark Greys or Browns. color: medium to dark.
Bronze Green can be a Green with Light Bronze or Dark Bronze highlights, or a combination. color: light to medium.
 
Slate
is usually a Darker Green undertone with either a Dark Grey or Brown overtone.
color: medium to dark
Bronze Green
can be a Green, a Light Bronze, a Dark Bronze, or a combination.
color: light to medium
 
 
TIP:
Darker colors are achieved by applying heavier coats and by letting it sit longer before neutralizing and washing it. Also be sure to not scrub it when neutralizing and washing it down.
 
To achieve lighter colors apply lighter coats and neutralize it and wash it down after it has completely dried. Also when neutralizing it, you can scrub it some to lighten it more.
 

 

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