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Scofield Lithochrome Tintura Stain
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LITHOCHROME Tintura is a high-performance, self-priming, low-odor reactive polymer stain for coloring concrete surfaces. It is designed for use as a primer/basecoat beneath clear solvent or waterborne acrylic, urethane or epoxy sealers. Tintura is VOC compliant in all jurisdictions of the United States.
LITHOCHROME Tintura can be applied by brush, roller, sponge, or spray equipment. It can be applied lightly to gently tone surfaces, spot sprayed, sponged, or layered to develop variegated artistic effects. It can be applied at lower coverage rates to develop rich, opaque colors. It is ideal for use on older slabs to mimic the look of acid stain.
Available in 1 gallon
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Not designed as a standalone floor finish.
After application Tintura must be sealed with a premium protective coating such as
Use on interior or exterior surfaces.
Applied by brush, roller, sponge, or with spray equipment.
VOC compliant in all jurisdictions of the United States.
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