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Concrete Acid Staining

Concrete Acid Staining

Concrete Acid Staining is not a dyeing or pigment-base coloring systems, but a chemical reaction. Concrete Acid Staining is a mixture of water, salts and acid applied to the concrete surface and later neutralized by a solution of ammonia and water or baking soda. The Concrete Acid Staining chemical reaction is with the existing minerals in the concrete creating new colors on the concrete surface.

Concrete Acid Staining creates random variations in the appearance that is unique to each slab. The thickness of this color change from the Concrete Acid Staining ranges from 1/16 to 1/32 of an inch.

Concrete Acid Staining can be applied to concrete surfaces on the interior and exterior of properties to add the customized look from Concrete Acid Staining to many concrete surfaces.

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