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BEHR Premium 1-qt. #CD-822 Emerald Pool Concrete Dye

BEHR Premium

1-qt. #CD-822 Emerald Pool Concrete Dye

$9.98 /each

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The BEHR Premium Concrete Dye Tint-Base is a unique decorative finish that adds depth and warmth to your home by transforming ordinary concrete into an elegantly beautiful and luxurious floor resembling a natural, marble stone finish. As a transparent finish, this product is not intended to mask imperfections on the substrate. Instead, allow the imperfections and cracks to add character to your decorative finish.

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  • Tintable to 36 custom colors
  • 26 recommended color blends (featured in the BEHR Premium concrete dyes brochure)
  • Create your own color blend
  • Water-based acid free dye
  • Consistent color accuracy
  • Quick dry
  • Must use with a product such as BEHR Premium concrete and masonry cleaner/etcher to properly prepare the surface area
  • Must use with a product such as BEHR Premium wet-look sealer to protect and enhance the color finish
  • Ideal for patios, porches, pavers, walkways, kitchens, bedrooms and other concrete floors
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

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how much preparation work is required before application- can it be brushed or rolled onto the concrete?

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February 6, 2016
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Yes, you do need to prepare it with the Behr Preparation/sealer before applying the dye. You can apply the dye with a roller or paint brush.
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Hi Ulfson,
Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Concrete Dye. You will need to clean your surface to ensure it is free of dirt, debris and stains. Next etch the surface with a muriatic acid to achieve a porous surface with a medium 150 grit sandpaper profile. Rinse and clean the surface thoroughly and allow to dry. Check the surface to ensure all dirt and residue has been removed. Once the Read More
Hi Ulfson,
Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Concrete Dye. You will need to clean your surface to ensure it is free of dirt, debris and stains. Next etch the surface with a muriatic acid to achieve a porous surface with a medium 150 grit sandpaper profile. Rinse and clean the surface thoroughly and allow to dry. Check the surface to ensure all dirt and residue has been removed. Once the surface is clean of all residue and has a medium 150 grit profile texture, it is ready to application. Read Less
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will using a cleaner like TSP to clean the concrete before use harm the dye application?

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Hello,
It’s hard to say if the TSP will harm the concrete Dye. However, to clean the concrete, we recommend using a mild detergent with water.
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Kevin
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Would this go on a concrete countertop with a sprayer befor the sealer? How does it differ from acid stain?

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Hi J0b,
Thanks for your questions! I'm unable to compare our Concrete Dye to an acid stain, since we don't make an acid stain. Our Dye is a water-based, acid-free finish that provides a marble or glazed stone look. It's also available in 36 colors that you can create custom color combinations with. Unfortunately we currently don't make a product that we can recommend for countertops. Indirect or direct Read More
Hi J0b,
Thanks for your questions! I'm unable to compare our Concrete Dye to an acid stain, since we don't make an acid stain. Our Dye is a water-based, acid-free finish that provides a marble or glazed stone look. It's also available in 36 colors that you can create custom color combinations with. Unfortunately we currently don't make a product that we can recommend for countertops. Indirect or direct contact with food require that a coating be approved by the FDA for such use. Behr does not make coatings formulated to meet these requirements. Additionally, water exposure, food stains, cleaning, hot pans, etc. will lead to reduced durability of the paint and an unsatisfactory surface. Although the bit about food might not apply to other types of countertops (bathrooms, work benches, etc.), our coatings aren't designed to withstand the heavy wear of such surfaces. You might check with Home Depot for another brand's coating that might be suited to your project needs. Best wishes! - Sara Read Less
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can I use on garage floor ?

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Yes, you can use the concrete dye on a garage floor.
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