How Do You Stain A Concrete Garage Floor?
Acid staining is an easy and affordable way to change the look of drab concrete into something much brighter and pleasant to look at. Staining concrete can give it the same elegant look as marble or granite at a fraction of the cost. This simple process will create a new atmosphere and feel to the area with minimal amount of effort and time. Maintenance and upkeep for these glossy floors is simple, making acid staining worth the time and effort. Sweep the floor thoroughly. Use a vacuum cleaner to pick up any dust and dirt the broom may have missed. Any debris on the floor will affect the final product. Tape off any areas with masking tape you don’t want stain on. Apply the first coat of stain by pouring some on the floor and spreading it around with a paint roller. More stain means a darker end result. Work in small areas, pouring out enough stain to cover that area and then pour some more. Allow the first coat to dry for about 12 hours before applying the second coat. After the second