Concrete Hardeners & Integral Colored Concrete in USA and Worldwide

Davis Colors
Davis Colors’ is a world leader in coloring concrete with integral (mixed in) colors. We add color to all concrete pavements. Over 50 colors available or chose a custom color!

Featured Product:
Powder Pigment

Butterfield Color
Dry & liquid integral colors as well as dry-shake color hardeners. Custom colors, color matching or 24 standard colors for cast in place, precast & tilt-up concrete.

Featured Product:
Uni-Mix Integral Color

Solomon Colors Inc
Solomon Colors Inc coloring systems produce marvelous, creatively unique concrete. Use liquid or powder integral color, release agents, color hardeners & more.

Featured Product:
Liquid integral Colors

L.M. Scofield Company
Color Hardener is used to add beautiful color into the surface of freshly placed concrete. This ready-to-use, powdered dry-shake hardener produces long-wearing horizontal colored surfaces.

Featured Product:
LITHOCHROME Color Hardener

Proline Concrete Tools
Dura-Color Hardeners are uniform, streak-free hardeners durable enough for high traffic areas. These are a great base for stamped concrete. Available in 42 beautiful colors. Call to find a local dealer & prices.

Featured Product:
Dura-Color Hardeners

Kingdom Products
Our color hardeners are guaranteed to provide unmatched quality, coverage & consistency. Get more durable & abrasion-resistant concrete that doesn't fade & is UV-stable. New distributor locations available!

Featured Product:
Color Hardener

Redi Mix Colors & Sealers
Redi-Mix Colors has top quality, high density concrete coloring pigments & stamping release agents. If you want to offer your concrete customers more decorative options, we can help! Matching all manufacturer colors.

Featured Product:
Pigment Colors

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