How To Stain Concrete Floors

Applying concrete stain is not difficult or expensive. What if I told you that you could take that ugly, cold, gray concrete garage floor or other concrete surface and turn it into a work of art that gets praise from friends, family, or customers? Epoxy flooring is one alternative for a garage floor coating, but concrete stain is a more viable, long term solution over garage floor paint or epoxy. What if I told you the cost of doing the concrete stain yourself is less than $.50 per sq/ft? By showing you how to stain concrete floors I am going to show you a simple and inexpensive way to turn your eyesore concrete into a beautiful masterpiece. With concrete stain on your floors you can have the durability and ease of cleaning concrete is known for, with the look of stone or marble. stained concrete floor The name “stained concrete” can give off the wrong impression on how the whole process works. You are not actually staining your concrete, but using a mixture of acid, metallic salts, and other materials to cause a chemical reaction that changes the composition (and color) of the concrete. Beware of imitators that claim to be stains but are really just film. These films are like epoxy flooring, and will not last as long or look as good as a legitimate concrete stain.

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