Restore and revitalize your stamped concrete with TiqueWash
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Restore and revitalize your stamped concrete with TiqueWash™, a superior antiquing concrete stain colorant used to easily create a natural-looking, multi-toned finish on textured concrete surfaces. The high-quality water based formula includes ultra-fine polymers for improved surface penetration and strong adhesion when sealed with NewLook SmartSeal™ or other compatible sealers. The TiqueWash powder is mixed with water to create a translucent color wash that, once applied, runs off high spots and settles in the low spots of textured concrete. Use TiqueWash to restore the color of weathered concrete or create an antique color finish for stamped concrete.
Thoroughly clean the concrete surface before applying TiqueWash. Remove existing sealer and other foreign materials using NewLook EasyStrip™ and NewLook Concrete Degreaser™.
Using the included measuring cup, mix into a separate bucket one to three scoops of TiqueWash powder (depending on desired color intensity) with one gallon of clean water. Pre-moisten the surface with water to help ensure color consistency and proper settling of the pigments. Spread the TiqueWash mixture across the surface with a NewLook Applicator Brush™ or clean push broom. Apply a liberal and uniform amount of material. Keep the product mixture agitated throughout the installation process to ensure color consistency and prevent pigment from settling. Simply clean up with water.
Features & Benefits:- Cement based formula yields a natural-looking finish
- Optimal pigment loading for improved adhesion and bonding
- Ultra fine polymers for efficient penetration
- Many popular, natural-looking colors
- Water based stain formula is non-reactive & reliable -- you can bet on the color!
- Fast-drying concrete stain imposes minimal business interruption
- Easily brushed on with the NewLook Applicator Brush
Coverage & Packaging:One three (3) pound container covers approximately 2000--3000 sq. ft. of stamped concrete. One mixed gallon covers approximately 300--500 sq. ft. Coverage varies with porosity and method of application.