After a floor has been repaired, grinded, and coated, it can be dyed or stained. This is where immense creativity and design elements can really start to show beyond the material texture and imbedded paint chips or flecks. A typical concrete floor can blossom from a drab grey into a breathtaking tone of blue, red, green, or any other shade you desire. Your Dye and Stain Options Like a house or room can be brightened with a fresh coat of paint, a floor can likewise pop with a fresh new color from an appropriately applied dye or stain. Color brings out the breadth of beauty and possibilities in the chosen material. ACT Restoration integrates the following brands of dye and stain into our clients’ flooring projects.
Vivid Dye The colors of Vivid Dye are rich and diverse. The color palette uses premium, micronized pigments that can be combined to form an unlimited number of color variations, intensities, and designs. The translucency highlights the natural granular patterns within the concrete.
UDT Metallics Expoxy (Indoor/Garage) Epoxies can be color matched to a paint swatch for an additional cost.
Sherwin Williams Metallics (Indoor/Garage) Epoxies can be color matched to a paint swatch for an additional cost.
Torginol Flake (Indoor/Garage)
Ameripolish SureLock (Indoor Only)
Ameripolish ColorJuice (Outdoor)
UltraColor Liquid Pigments
Standard Epoxy Colors
Brickform Acid Stain