FAQ

What is acid stained concrete?

Acid Stained Concrete is a coloring process involving a chemical reaction on cement.  A solution made with water, acid and inorganic salts reacts with minerals already present in the concrete to stain it a variety of colors.

What does it look like?

Acid Stains give concrete a mottled, variegated, marble-like look.  Never expect Acid Stain to be uniform or have an even tone, you will get different reactions from slab to slab, and even on the same job you may see different coloration patterns. Variations of colors and mottling are to be expected and enjoyed.  It is the random mix of tones and shades that gives an acid stained floor it's unique beauty.