Brickform: Coloured concrete construction source
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Brickform: Coloured concrete construction source

2010 40 Mins
Genres
Flooring, Landscaping, Patios,
Keywords
concrete construction, concrete,
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English (US)
Brickform: Coloured concrete construction source
  • Texturing
  • Advanced planning formwork installation
  • Texture Selection
  • Placement strategy
  • Color selection
  • Always make a representative sample for pre-approval
  • Brickform products are intended for professional use only
  • Preparation
  • Reinforcement may be required or specified
  • Surrounding areas, landscaping & adjacent surfaces should be protected & masked
  • Concrete placement
  • Color hardener application
  • Texture application
  • Clean & Seal
  • A pressure washer may remove more release than desired, or possibly cause damage
  • Always refer to the technical data sheet for complete application guidlines
  • Stenciling
  • Brickform products are intended for professional use only
  • Color hardener application
  • Texturing
  • With certain patterns a frayed or rough edge may be suitable
  • Clean & Seal
  • Allow sufficient time for moisture evaporation to occur
  • Always refer to the technical data sheet for complete application guidlines
  • Dye-N-Seal
  • New concrete should be cured for at least 28 days.
  • Surface must be free of sealers, oils, paint, alkali, or any foreign material.
  • First application coat
  • Second application coat
  • Seal to protect
  • Micro-Topping
  • New concrete should be cured for at least 28 days.
  • Surface must be free of dirt, oil, paint, moss, dust or any contaminants.
  • Repair imperfections
  • First application coat
  • 60-80 grit sanding disc
  • Second application coat
  • Hydrate for 1 full day
  • Blush-Tone acid stain
  • A chemical reaction must take place.
  • Blush-tone is not effective on older, weathered concrete or a heavily sandblasted serface.
  • Always test for suitability before proceeding.
  • New concrete should be cured for at least 28 days.
  • Surface must be free of sealers, oils, paint, alkali, or any foreign material.
  • When working with acid, avoid contact with skin and clothes.
  • Protect adjacent areas from overspray and runoff.
  • Application
  • Apply acid stain
  • Brush to even out material
  • Neutralize the Acid
  • Follow the same path
  • Remove residue & water
  • Dry at least 24 hours
  • Seal to protect
  • Sealing & Maintenance
  • Gem-Seal
  • Area must be completely clean, dry and un-sealed.
  • Surface must be free of oil, dirt, wax or any any substance that prevents bonding.
  • If using a roller, apply in thin coats, maintain a "wet edge", and do not back-brush.
  • Dura-Wax

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