HOW TO STAIN CONCRETE FLOORS TO LOOK LIKE WOOD
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Creating a faux wood grain concrete finish for floors is becoming more and more popular with our customers. While this technique does take some skill to pull off, it can be done with the right products, tools and how to info!
Can You Make Concrete Look Like Wood Floors?
Yes! With some patience and basic technique, you can add a “wood-like” finish to concrete flooring, countertops and vertical surfaces using freshly poured concrete, or Concrete Overlay.
How Much Do Faux Wood Finished Concrete Floors Cost?
The cost for a DIY faux wood concrete floor design is about $2 – $4 per square foot. If you were to hire a professional contractor, you can expect the cot to be about $8 – $10 per square foot.
DIY SPOTLIGHT: KEN LAZENBY FAUX WOOD GRAIN FLOOR DESIGN
Ken Lazenby with is a master at creating a faux wood grain in his concrete creations. His business, Ken’s Custom Designs @kencustomdesigns , takes on all manner of concrete projects, and he has recently taken his wood grain concrete skills to the outdoors. This recently completed project a more rustic wood finish on a driveway project using Direct Colors Concrete Overlay, Pigments and Sealers. Refinishing driveways is a cost effective way to increase your home’s curb appeal and overall value. Find out more about your DIY driveway refinishing and product options.
Texture concrete overlay with a broom
Apply the Antiquing Stain colors of choice or mix various brown tone pigment with water and spray the colors onto the wet overlay.
Darken random sections with a Tinted Concrete Sealer to provide greater color contrast across floor
Seal with two coats of satin finish Acrylic Concrete Sealer.
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