Stained Concrete Flooring

posted on Jan 18, 2016| tags:

Stained Concrete Flooring

Stained concrete flooring is a simple do-it-yourself project that can help the look of unattractive, plain concrete floors. Acid stains react with the concrete, as opposed to covering it up, providing a more permanent effect than paint.

While most concrete stains come in tans and earthy colors, they can also be mixed to produce unique colors. Using a piece of test concrete available enables you to experiment with colors and effects without soiling elements of your floor. A diamond-edged saw they can double to cut patterns and designs in the floor. This method enable you to create color boundaries for multiple color staining. -Stained Concrete-

Any blemishes will continue in the concrete after staining. Before commencing, remove the stains in any respect possible. Cured or sealed concrete floors can not be stained. Also, when cleansing the floor before staining, never use acid based cleaners. These will react negatively with the acid stain.

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