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Concrete Dye ProductsLearn about buying concrete dyes, how to use them effectively, and how they can open up a whole new set of design options
For many years, decorative concrete contractors have been using acid-based chemical stains to achieve rich, earth-toned color schemes resembling natural stone, marble, wood, or even leather. But today, contractors are no longer limited to earthy shades. Newer products on the market-such as water- and solvent-based concrete dyes-are greatly expanding the artist's palette with colors ranging from soft pastels to vivid reds, oranges, yellows, and purples. And in some cases, these newer products are easier and safer to apply.
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Dye Buying Tips Get advice for making the best purchase possible when shopping for dyes.
Artistic Concrete Gallery Browse pictures of creative concrete designs, many of which used dyes.
Concrete Tool Videos Watch Bob Harris demonstrate a variety of tools that can be used to apply dyes and stains.
Kolour Dye Great for interior polished concrete.
Acetone-Soluble Dye Add vibrant color to polished concrete.
Flash Dye INT Designed to penetrate and color interior surfaces
SASE Concrete Dyes Liquid and powder dyes for polished concrete
BRICKFORM Pro-Dye Creates a layer of translucent color. Easy to apply, quick to dry.
ColorJuice Achieve vibrant color for polished concrete.
ELEMENTS TRANSPARENT STAIN Water based concrete stain
Polishing Dye A translucent dye, for Polished Concrete