How to Stain Concrete Floors, Countertops, and Exterior
The Official Guide to Concrete Staining
Using the Concrete Camouflage Collection of Products
Used on Commercial Projects and Homes by Contractors for many years, Concrete Staining is Easy and Simple for most Do It Yourself Projects as well.
Below You Will Learn Much About Concrete Stain.
Including How to Stain Concrete,
Seal Decorative Concrete, Wax Floors,
Figure Material, Schedule, & Much More.
Including many useful Tips of The Trade.
When staining concrete with an acid stain, a chemical reaction within the concrete's surface takes place during the drying stage, thereby permanently changing the surface of the concrete to the new color.
Concrete acid stain is not a topical coating like a concrete paint or acrylic stains. Because of the nature of the product, concrete acid stain will not peel. Acid stain is to concrete as wood stain is to wood.
Note:Concrete should be at least 28 days old, or have cured to one uniform color, whichever comes first - before being acid stained.
Below are links to the pages that will help guide you along your concrete staining journey.
Instructions with Many Tips: Please Read All Steps Pertaining to the Products You Will Be Using, and/or Relevant to Your Project.
CLICK HERE To Visit thePDF files, for Material Safety Data Sheets, Architect Specs, Product Information Sheets, Simple Instructions, Selection Guides, and more.
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