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There are 30 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Trowel & Error".

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1. Trowel & Error: The Challenges of Applying High-Performance Sealers

By Chris Sullivan
2. Your Mock-up Materials Matter, So Don’t Cut Corners
By Chris Sullivan
3. Why Tapes, Stains and Sealers Don't Get Along

Tape marks left behind on concrete

It is widely known that the decorative concrete industry has struggled with tape issues for decades. These range from the tape tearing when overlays are being applied, or stain bleeding under the tape, to adhesive effectiveness when the tape gets wet.

By Chris Sullivan
4. Why Tapes, Stains and Sealers Don't Get Along

Tape marks left behind on concrete

It is widely known that the decorative concrete industry has struggled with tape issues for decades. These range from the tape tearing when overlays are being applied, or stain bleeding under the tape, to adhesive effectiveness when the tape gets wet.

By Chris Sullivan
5. Answers to Concrete Staining Problems, Questions and Concerns

Construction worker filling up a pump sprayer with a fix for concrete staining projects.When you think about it, the relatively low percentage of callbacks and problems compared to the overall amount of work performed says a lot about the caliber of installers and the industry as a whole.

By Chris Sullivan
6. Answers to Concrete Staining Problems, Questions and Concerns

Construction worker filling up a pump sprayer with a fix for concrete staining projects.When you think about it, the relatively low percentage of callbacks and problems compared to the overall amount of work performed says a lot about the caliber of installers and the industry as a whole.

By Chris Sullivan
7. Trowel & Error: Selecting a Sealer Is as Easy as S.A.P.
By Chris Sullivan
8. Trowel & Error: Maintaining and Resealing Stamped Concrete
By Chris Sullivan
9. Trowel & Error: Decorative Overlays — The Power Is in the Polymer

There are two common polymer types used by most decorative overlay manufacturers: ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) and acrylic.

By Chris Sullivan
10. Trowel & Error: Coloring Concrete in Winter Weather
By Chris Sullivan

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