Concrete stain is widely used to color the concrete especially in a new pour or other applications, how to stain concrete? Staining is just one form of decorative concrete. Decorative concrete involves using concrete in roles that are not strictly related to it's functional elements. Concrete is widely used because of its great strength. Concrete can be used for, among other things, walls, floors and counter tops that are structurally sound. Staining this concrete and along with polishing will also provide a decorative finish that resembles polished stone, with less cost for materials. Staining concrete floors is an especially creative way to benefit from the durability and decorative possibilities of this surface. Concrete staining is perfect for concrete floors and counter tops. Concrete stain is a water based stain that will be put onto the concrete and the color pigment will be absorbed into the pours of the concrete to achieved the color wanted for the concrete surface.
This processes will not give the variegated look that other types of Acid staining will do.The color effects with this tend to be more opaque and more uniform however offer an almost infinite palate of color choices, allowing you to customize your home to your particular specifications.
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