Blush Tone Acid Stain


Acid stains react with chemicals within the concrete to form lasting color. The initial color of the stain may not match the final color as a reaction has not yet completed. Disclaimer: This digital color card should be used as a general guide, not a definitive indicator of final color. Shades and hues can vary depending on screen settings. When planning a project, consult a physical color card for a better indication of potential color. Create a representative mock up before any project to better account for the effects of conditions, material, and techniques that may alter the final appearance or color.


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Brickform Blush-Tone Acid Stain is a reactive stain, meaning it penetrates deep into and chemically reacts with the concrete, forming durable color that will not chip, fade, or wear. This makes it perfect for high traffic areas and polished concrete floors. A near infinite number of looks can be achieved by using multiple colors in any number of patterns or designs. A skilled contractor can even use outside materials and differing dilution rates to create one of a kind designs that will make your home or business the envy of all who see it. Blush-Tone Acid Stain forms deep, rich colors, especially when paired with Brickform Premium Sealers. It works well indoors and out as well as on flat and vertical concrete surfaces. View the Blush-Tone Acid Stain color card for available colors. Keep in mind that the final color may not exactly match the color card.

Please note that Blush-Tone Acid Stain utilizes acid and may be dangerous for inexperienced users. Final results are also highly dependent on the makeup of the concrete surface, application techniques, surface preparation, and many other factors. For these reasons, it is best to leave projects involving Blush-Tone Acid Stain (or any acid stain) to experienced, professional contractors.