How Do You Color & Polish A Concrete Floor?
You don’t have to settle for a gray industrial décor if your home, loft or patio is concrete. All types of finishes for concrete are available that range from mixed-in color to faux Persian carpets to simulated wood flooring. Design your own finish, purchase ready-made supplies or get some help from experts to transform plain cement to a hard-wearing, attractive floor treatment. Select integral color for a batch of concrete that is colored evenly all the way through at the plant or onsite before pouring. Because the entire slab is colored, the floor will not visibly wear or fade. Remember that integral color has a limited palette and tends to come in subtle hues that blend with the gray base color of concrete. Scrub an older concrete floor to remove any dirt, grease, marks, glues or stains. The color will go on unevenly if the concrete surface can’t freely absorb it. Test to see if the floor has a finish that will block the application of a new color. Pour water on a section of the are