What Can Be Acid Stained?
Tru Tint Acid Stains are very versatile products and can be used to permanently change the color of any cementitious substrate.
There are some instances where an acid stain is not the best choice. Some reasons an acid stain may not work are old weathered concrete, mix design of concrete not compatible (rare), you don't want to etch the surface (maintain a polished look), or your concrete has been previously acid washed. Alternatives to acid stain are available for more info you can go to www.concretestains.biz.
Some examples of things that can be acid stained are:
- Concrete floors, walls, steps
- Concrete countertops
- Stamped concrete
- Concrete statuary
- Concrete planters
- Parking blocks
- Concrete blocks
- Concrete pavers
- Concrete overlays
- Concrete micro-toppings
- Some natural stones
***Always test your substrate for best results.
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