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Acid Stain is not a paint or coating agent – it is a coloring process involving a chemical reaction on a cementitious material. A solution made with water, acid and inorganic salts reacts with minerals already present in the concrete; the result of this reaction is color.
Acid stains are becoming increasingly popular among homeowners, business owners and architects by providing a decorative and durable alternative to traditional types of flooring. With a large selection of stain your options are endless.
Acid stained concrete colors give concrete a mottled, variegated, marble-like look. Never expect acid stain to be uniform or have an even tone because there will be different reactions from slab to slab, and even on the same job there may be different coloration patterns. Variations of colors and mottling are to be expected and should be enjoyed. It's the unique random coloration of the stain that gives an acid stained floor its charm.
In addition to the beauty, ease of maintenance and the benefit of a dust free surface, stained concrete floors are also a flood-resistant surface. This means that if your home suffers water damage, all you need do is clean the mess and apply a new coat of wax and the floor is looking good again. There is no huge mess of soggy carpet or pads to clean out.
Acid staining can be done on existing concrete if it is in good shape. If the concrete is deteriorated, a micro-finish or micro-coating provides a new surface that rivals steel power-troweled concrete. For more information about concrete acid staining call 208-528-8071 or request a quote.