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    who has done this?
    where can we buy this?
    any formulas available?

    http://www.concretenetwork.com/stained-concrete/
    Last edited by aries405; 07-05-2012, 02:51 PM.

  • #2
    Re: Concrete Acid Stains

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAtG6QItQvY

    try this link

    you may try to inquire here


    NECO PHILIPPINES, INC. (FOR. NECO CHEMICAL CORPORATION)
    Business Type: Industrial Services and Equipment

    Address:
    1181 G. Masangkay St., Tondo, Manila City
    Manila, NCR
    View Map Location

    Tel: (02) 255-0901
    Fax: (02) 254-7973
    Email: n...@info.com.ph

    hope this helps

    also pls ask if the acid would penetrate the concrete floor you might end up damaging your deform bars inside

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    • #3
      Re: Concrete Acid Stains

      i have tried doing DIY on concrete staining.. i used half kilo Iron sulfate mixed it with 4 gallons and 200 ml muriatic acid.. mopped it over the driveway floor... it produced a rust colored surface when it dried.. for deeper color apply again then apply concrete sealer.. You can also use magnesium sulfate or copper sulfate although more expensive per kilo

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      • Marlowe
        Marlowe commented
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        Where can you buy iron sulfate, copper sulfate or magnesium sulfate in Manila

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      Re: Concrete Acid Stains

      you can try using rusted metals instead of iron sulphate mixed with muriatic acid, leave it for several days to deepen the color, dilute with water then mop, or spread it with paint brush over the desired area.

      if you want different color, try using copper wires, this will produce greenish color as oposed to yellow-brown from iron crystals.

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      • #5
        Originally posted by quarxdmz View Post
        Re: Concrete Acid Stains

        you can try using rusted metals instead of iron sulphate mixed with muriatic acid, leave it for several days to deepen the color, dilute with water then mop, or spread it with paint brush over the desired area.

        if you want different color, try using copper wires, this will produce greenish color as oposed to yellow-brown from iron crystals.

        I am a newbie here and I am interested in the DIY on concrete acid stains. The church I used to attend mass at in the U.S. had very nice concrete acid stain floors and I would like to copy it (at least come close to it) on our terrace here in the Philippines. I have some rusted leftover iron bars at home. my question is will these rusted iron bars that I have do and how much should I mix with the muriatic acid or should I just eyeball it? Thank you.

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        • #6
          i found one company which supplies "Patina Stain by Deco crete".i tried calling them last saturday but to no avail.i think what they have is water based stains.
          here is the contact number:+6327245048
          QC Construction.

          i'm also interested with acid stain since it looks elegant and cheap and you can DIY.

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