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1. Chris Sullivan
 

Trowel & Error

ChemSystems Inc.

trowelanderror@protradepub.com.

By Chris Sullivan
2. OSHA's New Respirable Crystalline Silica Regulations Do Not Impact All Decorative Concrete Products

Chris Sullivan discusses the new OSHA respirable crystalline silica regulation and how it may not impact all decorative concrete products.

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3. American Society of Concrete Contractors to hold 16th Annual Conference in Phoenix this September

The American Society of Concrete Contractors will hold its 16th Annual Conference September 14-17, 2017 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix. 

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4. What's New In Decorative Concrete

decorative concrete newsWhat’s new in decorative concrete? That was a popular question that came my way multiple times during the recent World of Concrete. I realize my name is out there, but I’m a long way from having a crystal ball to be able to predict what the future of our industry holds.

By Chris Sullivan
5. How to Seal Concrete for a Uniform Appearance

Sealing concrete with a consistent coverage is important for the overall finish of the decorative concrete project.This issue of blotchy and inconsistent color and gloss created by a sealer is not that uncommon. There are multiple factors that can create this appearance, but the two most common are application — how the sealer was applied — and surface — what the sealer is being applied to in regard to density and porosity.

By Chris Sullivan
6. Use of Penetrating Sealers is on the Rise

dull concrete surface being enhanced with penetrating sealerThe decorative industry grew up on the “one size fits all” high-gloss sealer which was the go-to coating for decades. While high gloss is still widely used, low-gloss and natural finishes in the decorative concrete industry have been gaining momentum as homeowners, architects and designers seek more ecofriendly, green and natural-looking sealing options.

By Chris Sullivan
7. Don't Let Ghosting Haunt Your Work

My contractor placed blue painter’s tape on the concrete for a few days to mark the placement of cabinetry. The tape was removed and the concrete was sealed with two coats of 25 percent solids acrylic sealer and two coats of acrylic finish. A few days later the concrete was discolored and had evidence of where the tape had been placed. No surface damage to the concrete was evident.

By Chris Sullivan
8. Lingering Odors from Sealers

Is it possible to smell sealer months after application? Someone asked me this regarding a stained and sealed floor in a Colorado residence.

By Chris Sullivan
9. Decorative Overlays Exhibit Various Types of Cracking

In a recent week, I’ve had two overlay projects with cracking. The first project had lots of short random cracks, the longest about 3 inches long. We noticed them the afternoon of the same day the overlay was applied.

By Chris Sullivan
10. Array of Sprays

Applying stains and sealers with spray equipment may strike the decorative concrete contractor as a convenient, speedy solution, not terribly complicated.

By Joe Maty

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