Concrete Resurrection Water Reducible Concentrate (WRC) is an environmentally friendly, low odor, professional grade, non-acidic penetrating water based stain.
- Comes in a large array of colors that can be mixed together to achieve a full spectrum of hues.
- Bonds to the pores of the concrete to produce color ranging from translucent to opaque depending on how much water you choose to add (Minimum dilution is 4 parts water to 1 part stain – Maximum dilution is 8 parts water to 1 part stain).
- Can be used for traditional coverage or to achieve faux finishing effects such as marbling, veining, antiquing, mottling, graining, and layering.
- Easy application using a pump sprayer, cotton rag, sea sponge, brush, HVLP sprayer or airless sprayer.
- Concrete Resurrection Water Reducible Concentrate (WRC) Concrete Stain is ideal for staining concrete floors, pool decks, patios, driveways and anywhere else you have concrete you want to make beautiful.
- Perfect for projects such as statuary coloring, wood staining, and arts and crafts of all manner. .
- Tile marked "A" represents a 1 coat application
- Tile marked "B" represents a 2 coat application
- 1 quart bottle makes 1.25 - 2.50 total gallons of ready to use stain depending on dilution ratio
- 1 quart bottle covers 100-500 sq. ft depending on dilution ratio, porosity of concrete and how heavily the stain is applied.
* Many computer monitors have varying displays of brightness, darkness and hues. Because of the inherent inaccuracies in most computer monitors, colors seen above may appear slightly different than the actual stain.
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I bought two bottles of mocha (should have just purchased one to start) and did all my concrete prep work, pressure washing and etching. I diluted the solution to the desired 8 to 1 parts water and experimented in a small inconspicuous area. Then I decided to do a 5 foot square in our front entry area. Immediately after rolling it on, it started out splotchy and I tried correcting the lighter areas to make it look more of a faux appearance to even it out but the final look was worse than just plain uncolored concrete. So I pressure washed 90% off and wondering if I need to go to a different product that is not translucent or prep the concrete differently. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.