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Clemons Concrete Acid Man Stain
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Clemons Acid Man Stains
create beautiful varied colors on cured concrete by reacting with the cement in the concrete surface. Acid stains are very durable and the colors that they yield will last as long as the concrete surface that they are applied on. Every concrete floor will contain different amounts of minerals resulting in more vibrant colorations and shades on the same floor. No two floors will look alike. The mottled and varied appearance of acid stained floors is common and also one of the big reasons the process has so much appeal. Acid stains are produced in 10 colors. It is highly recommended to sample stain in an inconspicuous area to determine that the final appearance will be acceptable. Good for all types of concrete surfaces.
Clemons Acid Man Stain Tech Data Sheet
Clemons Acid Man Stain Safety Data Sheet
Clemons Acid Man Stain Color Chart
Available in 14 standard colors.
Creates beautiful varied colors on cured concrete.
No two floors will look alike.
Sample stain for acceptability on concrete before proceeding.
Concrete must be at least 4 weeks old.
Neutralize concrete with degreaser neutralizer after staining.
Coverage: dependent on the age, porosity, weather, and composition of the concrete. A definite coverage rate cannot be determined because every scenario is different. However, as a general rule, 200-400 square feet per gallon should be average if undiluted. If diluted 1:1, coverage will yield 400-800 square feet per gallon but final colors will vary from color chart.
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