How We Stain Concrete
The floor preparation is essential for producing the best finished product, just like with every floor we do.
Concrete stains cannot react with the concrete if it has paint, wood stains, tile or carpet adhesives, grease, or pet stains on it. Therefore, to get rid of all of them and create a clean surface, we must first mechanically grind the surface.
After the concrete is fully ground, we fix all the holes and cracks.
To maintain the structural integrity of your acid-stained concrete, completing this straightforward process of sealing the floor's defects is essential.
Once we are satisfied with how the concrete slab looks, we evenly spray the concrete with acid stain. After that, we let it work its magic while penetrating the concrete.
To safeguard and prolong the life of your stained concrete floor, we remove the surplus acid once the stains have reached the correct shades.