Guide to Stained Concrete Floors

posted on Jan 18, 2016| tags:

 

Stained concrete floors are becoming vastly popular for homes and businesses alike. Ordinary concrete that had been covered by other flooring materials are now being stained to produce variegated coloring effects that mimic polished marble, tanned leather, or natural stone. These floors really are a low maintenance alternative to other flooring materials and enjoy the design benefits which can be unparalleled to any other surface treatment. They're able to incorporate: cut patterns, borders, multiple colors and a variety of other ways to create a unique design aspect. -stained concrete-

 

The stain applied to concrete works differently with every concrete surface. No two floors can create an identical color or pattern. This variability is exactly what gives stained concrete its widespread appeal. Just about all concrete surfaces may be stained. Conditions like sealers, mastic, and glues inhibit stain performance and should be removed prior to the staining process begins. Since con

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