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  • Color or restore faded concrete
  • Ideal for textured and stamped concrete
  • Can be applied to previously colored concrete
  • NOTE: Antiquing stain must be sealed after application

    How many kits should I purchase?

    It will depend on the square footage of your application.

    One kit has a coverage rate of 200 square feet per gallon (2 coats) depending on concrete porosity. Two or more coats are required.

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    Direct Colors’ Antiquing Concrete Stain & Seal Kit is perfect for the DIYer that already has all the tools or needs extra stain and sealer to compliment the DIY Antiquing Concrete Stain Kit to get the job done. You will need to buy two pump sprayers (one for the stain and one for the sealer) and safety gear if you don't already have it. Our Antiquing Concrete Stain & Seal Kit only gives you what you need to stain approximately a 200 sq ft surface depending on porosity.

    This Kit Includes:

    • Antiquing Concrete Stain - 1 Gal
    • Solvent-Based, Satin Finish, Acrylic Concrete Sealer - 1 Gal
    • Cleaner & Degreaser Concentrate - 4 oz (Makes 1 Gal)

    Direct Colors’ Antiquing Concrete Stain is the best choice for staining outdoor stamped concrete. Easily add or restore color to previously stained concrete pathways, and stamped concrete where color has faded. Our premium, spray-on formula applies directly on top of existing sealers and begins coloring concrete immediately.

    Quick Facts

    Application Tool: Pump sprayer
    Dry Time: 5-6 hours before applying outdoor concrete sealer
    Cleanup: Mineral spirits
    Coverage: Approximately 200 sq. ft. per kit depending on concrete porosity
    Sealer: Solvent-Based, Acrylic Concrete Sealer
    Recommended Uses: Outdoor textured or stamped concrete

    If you’re new to concrete antiquing stains or just want some more information on your newly purchased kit, we’ve got you covered. In this brief guide, we’ll go over what’s included in your Antiquing Concrete Stain & Seal Kit, what it’s for, and how to use it.
    For more information on how to use concrete antiquing stain for driveways, patios, or other outdoor stamped concrete projects, check out our DIY Project Guides.

    Surface Preparation

    Cleaner and Degreaser, Scrub Brush

    The Cleaner and Degreaser in your DIY Concrete Antiquing Stain Kit is used to prepare your stamped concrete for staining. Paint, oil, and other materials on your stamped concrete won’t allow the stain to bond. So, in order to get the best result possible, these materials need to be cleaned from the surface.

    Mix 4 ounce concentrate bottle of Cleaner and Degreaser with one gallon of water.

    The Cleaner and Degreaser will easily remove any unwanted materials from your stamped concrete. Once the surface has been cleaned and swept free of dust and debris, let it dry completely. Now you are ready to apply the concrete antiquing stain.

    Applying Concrete Antiquing Stain

    Concrete Antiquing Stain

    The Gallon of Concrete Antiquing Stain included in your Concrete Stain Kit is the colorant that will stain your stamped concrete. Concrete Antiquing Stain is available in 29 unique colors. A gallon of concrete antiquing stain is enough to complete a 200 square foot project. This amount of stain accounts for multiple layers for you to achieve your desired color for your outdoor stamped concrete.

    Don’t have a pump sprayer to apply the antiquing stain? Click here for our DIY Antiquing Concrete Stain Kit. This kit has everything you need, from start to finish, to stain your outdoor concrete.

    NOTE: Spray the concrete antiquing stain in a corner of your project area to test.

    Spray the concrete antiquing stain in even layers across the entire concrete surface until you achieve a “wet” consistency. Be sure to shake the pump sprayer periodically to avoid clumping around the nozzle.

    Allow the final coat of concrete antiquing stain to dry for up to 6 hours before sealing.

    Sealing the Stamped Concrete

    Acrylic Sealer, Solvent Based, Satin

    You must apply sealer after using Antiquing stain. If you skip this step, the final color will not show and the stain can be washed off.

    Our Solvent-Based, Satin Acrylic Sealer is the perfect product to finish your concrete antiquing stain project. This sealer is perfect for outdoor concrete, is easy to apply, and highlights the underlying colors of your newly stained concrete pavers.

    To apply the sealer, simply pour it into a Sealer Sprayer, or pour directly onto the concrete surface and spread evenly using a Floor Trim Pad.

    Once the final coat of sealer has dried, you’re all done! Enjoy your newly concrete antiquing stained stamped concrete!

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