Throwing out old floors with obvious cracks feels like a waste. While you see the flooring materials are still intact and usable, don’t you wish to give back life to an age-old ugly concrete?
Stained concrete works magic for both old and new concrete. When handled by the experts, concrete staining methods would result in stunning, pleasing outcomes. Stained methods may seem easy and practical to do. And you would not think twice about doing it yourself. Do not fall for this misconception. Stained concrete floors for residential and commercial areas require professional installers and contractors’ precision and keen ability to make the entire job cost-efficient, fast and convenient.
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Simply Stunning Space: Residential and Commercial Stained Concrete
Two common types of staining applications. Water-based stains and acid-based. What is the difference between the two?
Acid staining is a common choice among utilitarian-style homes, and it brings out a whitewashed surface. After water-based staining, its outcome would often look better with a matte finish than a high gloss.
Water-based stain, on the other hand, as the name suggests, the staining pigment makes of water as its carrier. Compared to when acid is used as a carrier, the water-based effect gives a rich, deep, earthy tone. The stains form a cloudlike pattern on the concrete. The application is finished with an acrylic-based concrete coating or sealer to make the water-based paint more permanent.
Now, you can apply decorative concrete staining anywhere it fits a theme or motifs in your interior.
Residential Stained Concrete Floors
Residential areas would find stained concrete practical. That is why most indoors at home would use it to revamp concrete flooring no matter how old the material is.
When finished or resurfaced with stained applications, residential concrete floors become a luxurious centerpiece inside the homes. Stained concrete would make an excellent choice for the flooring areas:
- Kitchen floors
- Living rooms
- Dining rooms
- Pool Decks
These residential spaces benefit significantly from having easy-to-clean concrete surfaces. Kitchen areas would make stains and ugly spills marked on the floor disappear instantly.
Staining is perfect for modern utilitarian homes that aim for practicality and make excellent neutral colors, one popular option is the grey stained concrete floors.
Commercial Stained Concrete Floors
Commercial concrete driveways, patios, and interior floors are also top choices for stinging. Restaurants, hotels, and other clerical buildings like offices are high-traffic areas.
Applying stained concrete is perfect for massive spaces with constant heavy foot traffic. It is so because the existing patterns melt on the surface and can hide or camouflage existing dirt or ugly stains. Then after you can easily scrub the floor with a simple cleaning aid.
The faux marble design is an added effect that makes the floor material look expensive, though it is not.