Acid Stain

Concrete Resurfacing Products, Inc. Acid Stain

Amazing Color and
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Chemical concrete acid stains can be applied to new or old, plain or colored concrete surfaces.

Although they are often called acid stains, acid isn't the ingredient that colors the concrete. Metallic salts in an acidic, water-based solution react with hydrated lime (calcium hydroxide) in hardened concrete to yield insoluble, colored compounds that become a permanent part of the concrete. Several companies manufacture chemical stains that are variations of three basic color groups: black, brown, and blue-green.

The acid in chemical stains opens the top surface of the concrete, allowing metallic salts to reach the free lime deposits. Water from the stain solution then fuels the reaction. Other factors that affect the outcome include:

Cement properties and the amount of admixtures used

Type of aggregate used

Concrete finishing methods

Concrete age and moisture content when stain is applied

Weather conditions when stain is applied

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Roswell, Alpharetta, Suwanee, Braselton, Buckhead, Buford, Cumming, Dacula, Flowery Branch, Johns Creek, Duluth, Norcross, Marietta, Lawrenceville, Sandy Springs, Stone Mountain, Decatur, Snellville, Emory, Milton, Loganville, Grayson, Lilburn, Tucker, Atlanta, North East Atlanta, Gwinnett County, Forsyth County, Fulton and North Fulton County, Barrow County, Dekalb County, Cobb County, Walton County, Hall County, Dawson County, and others.


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