Concrete Color Products

Concrete is a fantastic building material. It can be poured, molded, shaped, carved, stacked or sprayed into nearly any pattern, texture or shape you need. It can be made into almost any color you desire, too, whether that’s bold, subdued or blended in with the surroundings. Get that plain gray concrete turned into something decorative with coloring products.

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Concrete Color ProductsConcrete is a porous material that can be stained, painted or dyed in many different ways to achieve various effects, looks or themes.

The only problem you’ll have is choosing a color method; so many options exist. However, depending on the project you’re undertaking, you may find it easier to either color the concrete upfront or do so later.

The upfront choices are typically integral color and color hardener. Integral color, often referred to as concrete dye, involves adding a pigment — in the redi-mix truck or by hand — to the concrete while it mixes. It colors concrete all the way through and is excellent for slabs that are subject to heavy traffic and abuse.

On the other hand, color hardener provides a similar look to integral color, it is used after the concrete is poured. As a result, it only colors the top layer of concrete, unlike the integral color that goes all the way through. That said, this product somewhat fortifies the top concrete, hence the name, color hardener.

By nature of the word, Concrete Stains will color/stain your concrete. Stain is a general term for any sort of liquid that is applied topically to the surface and leaves color. Stains are either reactive or nonreactive and will have different abilities to color depending on the makeup of that surface. Rough, smooth, indoor, outdoor, etc. factors all play a role in concrete staining.

Lastly, there are concrete dyes (true dyes, not the integral color mentioned earlier), which are related to stains. Concrete Dyes are very deep-penetrating colored solutions that are mostly used indoors and/or on very hard or polished concrete surfaces that are more difficult to penetrate with water-based stains. They are quite popular when doing concrete countertops because they can be polished after application without removing many colors.

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