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  • Ideal for pavers and porous concrete surfaces
  • Can be applied to previously colored or sealed pavers
  • NOTE: Portico stain must be sealed after application
  • This made to order product is non-returnable & non-refunable

    How much do I need to stain my concrete?

    It will depend on the square footage of your application.

    The coverage rate is 200 square feet per gallon (2 coats) depending on concrete porosity. Two or more coats are required.

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    Portico is a highly saturated, professional grade outdoor concrete stain specifically formulated to color concrete pavers. Portico is the perfect outdoor concrete stain for your patio, driveway, and everywhere else you use concrete pavers.

    NOTE: Portico is a semi-transparent stain, and not opaque, like paint. It will add a tint to your concrete pavers while allowing the existing texture to show through. It has twice the pigment of Direct Colors Antiquing stains.

    Quick Facts

    Application Tool: Pump sprayer
    Dry Time: 6-8 hours before applying exterior concrete sealer  (sealer application is a required step)
    Cleanup: Mineral spirits
    Coverage: Aproximately 200 sq. ft. per gallon depending on concrete porosity
    Sealer: Solvent-Based, Acrylic Concrete Sealer  
    Recommended Uses: Concrete brick pavers, rough concrete and previously stained or sealed concrete surfaces.

    Portico™ stains textured and porous concrete that is stained, sealed or unsealed. Colors may be combined for unique results.


    ·          New concrete must cure for a minimum of 35 days, and may be influenced by wet or dry weather

    ·          Remove tough stains using a Concrete Cleaner & Degreaser Concentrate

    ·          Clean floor thoroughly and make sure it is completely rinsed and dry before staining.


    ·       Shake Portico Paver Stain thoroughly

    ·        Pour the stain directly into a pump sprayer.

    ·        Continue to shake periodically during application to ensure particulate does not settle at the bottom.

    ·        Apply Portico Paver Stain using a random, straight or circular motion until a "wet" appearance is achieved.  

    ·        Allow 6 - 8 hours to dry before applying additional coats coats.


    ·         To complete the staining, a protective finish must be applied. Use a premium, easy-to-use sealer such as Direct Colors Acrylic Concrete Sealers

    ·         Allow dye to dry 8 hours before applying Acrylic Concrete Sealer

    ·         For a perfect seal that protects your hard work for years to come, read our How to Apply Acrylic Concrete Sealer instructions

    Note: As a made to order product, there are no refunds, exchanges, or returns.

    Due to DOT ORM-D Regulations this product can not be expedited and must be shipped Ground

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    What is the recommended use for Portico stain?

    Portico was designed for those more porous concrete surfaces and concrete pavers.

    What should I use to apply portico stain?

    The best application tool is a pump-up fence and deck sprayer. When using a sprayer to apply portico stain, be sure to remove any filters, these can normally be found at the top or bottom of the straw in the canister. By not removing the filter, this will cause you to only spray the clear liquid onto your surface, the filter will hold back the pigment from being sprayed out. For closer applications or desired look, a sponge or foam brush can also be used.

    When can I apply sealer over my portico stain?

    Allow the portico stain to dry and off-gas for 6-8 hours on exterior surfaces before applying our acrylic solvent-based sealer


    Can I use more than one color, and can they be mixed?

    No, do not mix the portico stains, but multiple colors can be layered to achieve the desired look. Typically, we recommend starting with your lightest color and build up to the darker colors.

    What is the difference in Antiquing stain and Portico stain?

    These two products are very similar. Antiquing stain was designed for stamped and textured concrete, and Portico stain was designed for flatter, more porous surfaces such as pavers.

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