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How do you get a stone look on concrete floors with stain?


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Yes you can use wood stain on concrete but it will not penetrate the concrete, it does look nice and you can use different shades together. To keep the stain on it use a concrete sealer in a couple coats, it will give it a shiny wet look. I have tried it with fake wood only because where I live I can't get concrete stain. And it looks great.

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No, it is intended for wood and soaks in too much to look good on concrete. HD sells a good variety of concrete stain.

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If, You have a stain on your floor, match it with the same stain. If you're matching a natural wood look. Coat the flooring with the same type of finish, example: oilbase to oilbase, waterbase to waterbase.

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form_title=Concrete Patio Installation form_header=7703 Can you describe the kind of concrete project this is?*= () Replacement of existing concrete () New concrete for existing home () New construction of home "Which special concrete applications, or finishes, are you interested in?"*= [] "Smooth trowel finish [] Special color, stain, or other additive [] Brush textured finish (slip-resistant) [] Cover electrical or radiant heat pipes [] Stamped to look like stone, brick or tile [] Cover irrigation pipes, drains, etc. [] Lightweight concrete" Please specify which concrete surfaces you want to have installed. (Select all that apply)*= [] Exterior walkway or sidewalk [] Steps [] Patio

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A negative stain is a stain that colorizes the area surrounding the cells you are trying to look at. If you dont use a stain to stain the cells, they will appear colorless.


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