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Model # F5524

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Store SKU # 103159

Tan Blend Decorative Color Flakes

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Model # F5524

Internet # 100577172

Store SKU # 103159

To add a decorative flair to floors and walls around your home consider the BEHR Tan Blend Decorative Color Flakes. These flakes can be used to hide dirt and surface imperfections on basements, patios or decks.

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  • Helps hide dirt and surface imperfections and adds a decorative flair to floors
  • For indoor and outdoor surfaces
  • Ideal for garage floors, driveways, basements, patios, sidewalks, laundry rooms and pool or cool decks
  • Can be used with water and oil-based products
  • Has the look of granite or terrazzo
  • Soap and water cleanup
  • Get the right stain for your project - click here for a buyer's guide
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

SPECIFICATIONS

Details
Application Method 
By Hand 
Interior Paint & Stains Product Type 
Accessory 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior,Interior 
Mildew Resistant 
No 
Paint Product Type 
Color Chips and Flakes 
Primer required 
No 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Warranty 

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do you mix one bag of Behr decorative flakes with one gallon of paint or what?

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No Lee, You paint the area to be decorated with flakes first , then you put the flakes in a bucket or container and shake the smaller particles to the bottom. Next you grab a small handfull and throw them up above the desired area, they float down and creat a pattern, you toss more in the area where you have empty space and work your way around the floor painting then tossing, in about 3 foot wide strips Read More
No Lee, You paint the area to be decorated with flakes first , then you put the flakes in a bucket or container and shake the smaller particles to the bottom. Next you grab a small handfull and throw them up above the desired area, they float down and creat a pattern, you toss more in the area where you have empty space and work your way around the floor painting then tossing, in about 3 foot wide strips by what ever length you have. Read Less
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Dear Lee,
Below are the instructions for applying the Decorative Flakes which are not mixed into the paint but rather tossed in the air over the wet painted surface.
1. IMPORTANT: For a light chip pattern toss the color flakes evenly over a 250 sq. ft. area. For a heavy chip pattern, toss the color chips evenly over a 125 sq. ft. area.
2. Work in 3’ x 3’ (1 x 1 m) sections to ensure that the color
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Dear Lee,
Below are the instructions for applying the Decorative Flakes which are not mixed into the paint but rather tossed in the air over the wet painted surface.
1. IMPORTANT: For a light chip pattern toss the color flakes evenly over a 250 sq. ft. area. For a heavy chip pattern, toss the color chips evenly over a 125 sq. ft. area.
2. Work in 3’ x 3’ (1 x 1 m) sections to ensure that the color flakes are evenly distributed.
3. Apply color flakes directly onto the wet painted surface.
4. Throw the color flakes up into the air and let them distribute evenly on the wet painted surface.
5. Repeat these steps until you have finished the entire area.
6. After the surface is completely dry, sweep up any loose flakes remaining on the surface.
Thank you for the inquiry! Read Less
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October 4, 2012
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Hey Lee.
You will not mix the flakes in the paint, you will want to paint a 4 ft by 4 ft area and then sprinkle the chips on the surface while the paint is still wet. Continue this process every 4 ft to insure that the paint is still wet when applying chips, overlapping 1 inch each time to insure that it blends evenly. You can then apply a clear coat over the chips.
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I want to stain my concrete can flakes be added to stain vs. paint?

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I wanted to stain my concrete vs. pain. Can I add flakes to stain? Or does it have to be strictly to paint.?
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Hi Karla,
Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium Decorative Color Flakes. This product is not for use with semi-transparent stains which do not produce a thick enough coating for the flakes to adhere. 2 coats of Behr Premium Solid Color Stain can be used for better adhesion of the flakes. Other alternatives or interior/exterior surfaces would be products such as Behr Premium 1-Part Epoxy, Behr Read More
Hi Karla,
Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium Decorative Color Flakes. This product is not for use with semi-transparent stains which do not produce a thick enough coating for the flakes to adhere. 2 coats of Behr Premium Solid Color Stain can be used for better adhesion of the flakes. Other alternatives or interior/exterior surfaces would be products such as Behr Premium 1-Part Epoxy, Behr Premium Porch & Patio Floor Paint or, for interior concrete, Behr Premium 2-part epoxy. Please follow all label instructions to ensure proper surface preparation and application. Good luck with your project! Read Less
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June 12, 2014
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Hi Karla, I contacted Behr Co. to get you an answer.
Behr technical stated do not use with a simi-transparent stain.
Behr technical did state however that you can use the flakes with a solid stain like Behr 800 or 830. Hope this answered your question.
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can i use this product on a countertop?

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February 25, 2014
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Hi Jerrianna,
Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium Decorative Flakes. We do not recommend using this product on any areas that are used for food preparation.
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February 25, 2014
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Hello jerrianna and thank you for your question.
The BEHR Premium Tan Blend Decorative Color Flakes are designed to be used on a floor only and would not be suitable for a countertop or working surface where foodstuffs are used.
Best wishes on your project.
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used a latex porch and floor paint. sprinkled the flakes down .it has set for two weeks. can i use a wet sealer on it now

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August 31, 2013
I used a Behr paint. The sealer I found says do not used on colored concrete. It doesn't say do not use on painted concrete ????
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Hi Beezie50,
Thanks for using our Behr Premium Decorative Color Flakes. Your question is not clear whether you are intending to use our Behr Premium Wet-Look Sealer. If you are planning to use our Wet-Look Sealer, it is suitable for use on painted concrete surfaces. Please refer to the product label for proper application instructions.
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Hello Beezie50!
You can use the Behr Wet-Look Sealer over your painted surface (link below). Also, two weeks is plenty of time for you to apply this sealer. Please be aware that the Behr Porch and Floor paint and the Behr Wet-Look Sealer cannot be driven on.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Behr Paint and Flakes I used Behr Porch and Floor paint on a concrete floor, we did two coats, then about two weeks later we applied a third coat and I sprinkled the flakes on. This is a summer Cabin that we have, we did not return for two weeks so the paint and flakes had plenty of time to dry, We love it, I want to apply a 'wet seal' but cannot find any information if I can or not, we would recommend Behr paint and the flakes to anyone. September 3, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by this product has very poor granule consistency I recently used this product to complete a garage floor i had epoxeyed. i was very disappointed . the very last step was to apply this product and it completely ruined my project. I am a professional and had done this many times before, including 1 month before with this very same product. . the consistency was great and as this floor is two doors down from the one i finished a month ago i am sure i will not get the contracts for the two other residents that inquired while i was in the base color phase. my floor is ruined and i am at a loss to explain this to my client. the granulate consisted of a very heavy "Black " content and made the floor look like it had been covered with pepper. . The black flakes seem to be much smaller and dominant in the package. i can not define to you how disappointed i am with this product. December 31, 2012
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