One-of-a-kind Stained & Resurfaced Floor Treatment

Stained & Resurfaced Floor Treatment H&C Concrete, Cleveland, Ohio www.hcconcrete.com Perfect for a one-of-a-kind finish, this floor treatment gives you lots of room to get creative with your colors.
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Perfect for a one-of-a-kind finish, this floor treatment gives you lots of room to get creative with your colors.

Ingredients
H&C Resurfacer Heavy Traffic texture system H&C Color Packs (Base coat: Sandstone; topcoat: Birch Bark)
H&C Semi-Transparent Decorative Stains (Meadow Green, Obsidian, Pumpkin Spice)
H&C Concrete Sealer, Solvent-based (Clear) or a water-based sealer (such as H&C Concrete Sealer Wet Look)

Instructions
– Blend the Sandstone Color Pack into the water to be mixed with the Resurfacer.

– Mix Resurfacer into colored water. Pour mixture onto the concrete and trowel or squeegee down smoothly. Typically a darker color is used for the base coat, as it will eventually only be visible as the “grout” lines.

– After the Resurfacer has set, apply the tape in the pattern desired over the base coat, being sure to leave extra tape hanging off the edges to provide a starting point when it’s time to remove.

– Mix the second Color Pack (Birch Bark) into the water for a second batch of Resurfacer. c Mix and pour this onto the concrete in small amounts and trowel down using a random fanning motion. Lift and drop the trowel as you work to create peaks and valleys (or use the trowel to create another desired pattern).

– Allow to dry overnight.

– Remove the tape to expose the pattern.

– Using the Semi-Transparent Decorative Stains (blended with water at a 2-to-1 dilution rate), spray the stain with a pump-up sprayer, blending and diluting colors to achieve a unique look. Apply as liberally or lightly as desired, and feel free to remove any stain to lighten the color, should too much be applied.

– Allow to dry 4 to 6 hours.

– Apply a water-based or solvent-based sealer. Keep in mind that a solvent-based sealer will darken the final appearance.