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Acid Stained Concrete

Office Building Foyer
The floor was in pretty bad condition after the tile was removed.
The floor was acid etched and rinsed, then two layers of overlayment and 
two layers of micro topping were applied to the floor to accept the stain.

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Micro topping being applied. The walls are tapped and plastic is up to protect from any stain. 
(r) Building owner helping out.

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Staining process- stain is applied and starts the chemical transformation. It gets very ugly before it is finished.
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Acid Stains





Splatter Texture before & after
After all layers of carpet was removed, then came the glue removal. Not an easy task! It took 3 weeks and 15 gallons of chemicals, 30 ZEP grinding wheels, then re-ground the entire job with a diamond cup wheel to remove all of the glue and stains.after

Acid  Stained Concrete
before and after

Furniture Store - Acid Stain - Before, floors had Carpet Mastic that had to be removed before acid staining

Furniture Store - Acid Stained

acid stain - After

Sidewalk - before & after

patio before resurfacingpatio after - spray texture

Before -pool deck, thick coating had to be grinded off
Pool Deck- before & after
after- troweldown slate look


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