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BEHR Premium Tuscan Stone Concrete Dye Kit
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Tuscan Stone Concrete Dye Kit

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A unique decorative finish that adds depth and warmth to any home by transforming ordinary concrete into an elegantly beautiful and luxurious floor resembling a natural, marble stone finish. The BEHR Premiumim Concrete Dye Decorative Floor Finish is packaged in an all-inclusive kit that covers up to 250 sq. ft. This complete project kit will provide homeowners an easy to use acid free concrete dye finish for their interior/exterior concrete surfaces.

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  • Water-based acid free interior/exterior concrete dye
  • Complete project kit that covers up to 250 sq. ft.
  • Includes the BEHR PremiumTM Wet-Look Sealer to protect and enhance the look of the concrete dye finish
  • Ideal for patios, porches, pavers, walkways, kitchens, bedrooms and other concrete floors
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Not satisfied with the results of the Behr Concrete dye kit in (Tuscan Stone) How to Fix??

We followed the instructions in full. Took two weeks to properly clean prep & etch our indoor concrete. Our concret was in great condition but had to use a ton of time to clean & prep.Due to tons of paint and plaster on outer edges by the walls. Application of the base coat went well. After first coat dried completley we noticed that the result was very spotted. After it dried completley we added a second coat of the base and it looked much better but still had spots. After that dried we perceded to the accent color.We were a little cncerned when pouring into the sprayer because the color looked more black then walnut. We figured since it was transparent it would dry lighter....No such luck : ( Its verry dark & not complimenting the base coat at all! Its very spotty and in some places looks like car oil stains. This was done in my living room and hallway. Any suggestion how to fix? My husband thought maybe if we go over it with sand stone color with a sponge that it may lighten the really dark areas.
Asked by: Anonymous
Dear Tamster, Thank you for using our Behr Premium Decorative Concrete Dye. We are sorry to hear about your situation. Before we recommend a solution, we us provide our assessment and why the finish result in that manner. Interior concrete is commonly more dense and smooth finished. Unlike exterior concrete that is more porous and broom finished. Interior concrete is often sealed to help protect against moisture, treated with adhesives/glues for carpeting and sometimes coatings from the initial build of the home. All these factors make interior concrete a little more challenging for Decorative Concrete Dye to penetrate into the surface, which is essential for the right finish. The "spotted" areas you are referring to are pockets of concrete that is less porous or slightly sealed underneath. It is spotted because the Concrete Dye pooled in those areas. Your husband's suggestion to add a lighter toned color over the dark spotted areas may only darken those areas more. We will provide you a few options to help remedy your situation. Option 1 (Strip Spotted Areas) If you would like to strip out the dark spotted areas, you can use the Behr Premium Paint Stripper. Just apply a small amount of Paint Stripper on to the dark spotted areas. When the Paint Stripper coating wrinkles, carefully scrape off. Some areas my require more than one treatment. Please caution this option may affect the surrounding light toned concrete dyed areas as well. Also you may left scrape marks on the surface. Option 2 (Coat over with Solid Color Concrete Stain) If you would like to coat over the entire area and achieve even solid color look, use the Behr Premium Solid Color Concrete Stain. First lightly scuff sand the surface to provide a light medium grit texture. Then apply the Solid Color Concrete Stain to the entire area. Please caution this option will completely cover the Concrete Dye and will result to an even opaque finish. Option 3 (Light etch) If you have not sealed the surface, one option you can consider is to light etch the surface to remove the Concrete Dye. Dilute the Behr Premium NO. 991 Cleaner & Etcher ( 5 parts water to 1 part Cleaner & Etcher) and lightly apply on the dark spotted areas. Quickly rinse the Cleaner & Etcher off the treated area. This treatment will light etch and remove some of the Concrete Dye. Next lightly sponge on the Concrete Dye to the treated areas. Please wear acid resistant gloves, boots, goggles and have good ventilation when handling the Cleaner & Etcher. Please note if the surface is sealed with the Behr Premium Wet-Look Sealer, the Cleaner & Etcher not affect sealed areas. If you want to protect and not discolor certain areas, seal those areas first before treating the adjacent areas with the Cleaner & Etcher.
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2016-02-18

At what air temperature can you apply stain?

Asked by: JWW
Hi JWW, Thanks for writing in! It's recommended to apply the Concrete Dye when air and surface temperatures are between 50 and 90 degrees fahrenheit. Good luck on your project! Best, Jeanette P.
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2016-11-21

Can this be used over porch and walkway that has a broom finish.

My porch and walkway were previously refinish and finished with a rough broom finish.
Asked by: Smokeyjoe
Hello Smokeyjoe, Thanks for your interest in our concrete dye. Actually, this product is only designed to be applied to bare concrete and not over any previous coatings. Therefore, if wanting to use it on the porch, I'd have to recommend removing the broom finish then etching the concrete before applying our dye. Otherwise, you might check with Home Depot for another brand's dye that may work better for your project needs. Best wishes! -Joshua
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2017-03-21

Whats the difference between concrete dye and concrete stain?

Asked by: Jim
Hello Jim, Thanks for your question. I can only speak of our products, and there are two concrete stains we have and one concrete dye. Our concrete dye is a penetrating formula that must be applied to bare concrete or masonry. It's a two-toned product with a base coat of one color and then an overlaying accent coat of another color. This gives it a bit of a mottled look that resembles marble or glossy stone. The semi-transparent concrete stain, while more of a uniform finish, still allows some of the concrete color to show through which plays into the overall color. It also adheres by penetrating, though it also forms a film atop the surface. The solid color concrete stain of ours is primarily film-forming and resembles a paint in that it obscures the surface underneath. Yet, unlike paint, it allows some of the lines in the concrete to show through it. Please be sure to follow all label instructions for best results. Well wishes for your project!
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2017-03-21
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Customer Reviews

Tuscan Stone Concrete Dye Kit is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy this product! I too have had great dissatisfaction with my Behr Concrete floor stain project. I was extremely careful to follow all the prep. steps and stain. I watched numerous how to videos as well. My first problem came when the colors didn't proved to be true as shown. That was a frustrating disaster I had to work my way out out to come up with a look I could live with. Now that all is done and we are using the space as a home gym/office (not heavy duty wear and tear at all) The stain is chipping off the floor. I see no way to fix anything. We will either have to flat out paint the floor someday or cover it with something. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!!
Date published: 2016-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prep, prep and re prep concrete I did alot of research prior to my projectand bet 95% of those with bad reviews didn't properly prep floors before applying. It is time consuming but if yourconcrete is not ready to accept adye or stain results will suffer After powerwashing ,scrubbing, acid washing the floor was finally pourous enough for the dye. This part was easy but make sure your floor is completely dry! I used a 3/8 roller applied thin coat and was very concerned as very little color showed , 2 hours later coat 2, and next am final coat . Waited 24 hours and sealed with solvent. Based sealer. It looks amazing . If you prep right and remove all previous stain, sealer etc. The dye part is simple
Date published: 2016-05-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT! What a nightmare! We used this product to dye the floors in our new co... DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT! What a nightmare! We used this product to dye the floors in our new construction home. It was a new slab so we were told that we could put the product directly on the clean floor without stripping the concrete. We followed directions on the brochure (and followed advice given by Home Depot employee). The floors were sealed using the recommended wet look sealer. Within days the color has started flaking off. The dye does not penetrate the surface. It simply sits on top of the concrete waiting to flake/scratch/chip off. I bought and applied some super duper industrial flooring wax and am praying that that will keep it from getting much worse.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Upgraded Patio We bought 1 gallon + 1 quart to cover our patio. Around 500-600 sqft. The product itself is very affordable and easy to apply. We first prepped with an etcher and finished it with 4 coats of the Wet Coat Sealer ( A 5 gallon bucket was $120 and we ended up using about half). We spread it out over a few days, since everything needs time to dry in between applications, and the entire process took less than 8 hours.
Date published: 2016-05-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Paint not dye This product is paint with all the disadvantages of a painted surface. This is NOT a dye. The look is decidedly different than that of a stained surface and as only one color was used the finished product looked cheap, spotty and decidedly more opaque than stains. The Behr sealer that needs to be used with this dye also looks cheap and very plastic, amplifying the spottiness and cheapness of the look. 3 days of hard work prepping the concrete down the toilet, all because of a poor product.
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Behr Concrete Dye We used this product to finish our basement floor (approx 700 sq ft) after multiple cleanings of the concrete including sanding with a professional sander. Immediately after completion, the dye (which is more like a layer of paint) started to chip and has continued to chip at each and every use of the basement gaming area. We continue to make regular repairs despite ongoing chips. The dye never adhered to the concrete. Very disappointed in the product. DO NOT RECOMMEND!
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from THIS IS PAINT - NOT DYE This product is not a dye. It is a paint. It adheres to the concrete, but does not penetrate it. We followed the exact instructions for use of this product. The finished result was beautiful and we were very pleased. However, the first time a work boot shuffled across the floor, a blister formed. When we rubbed the blister, the dye (paint) peeled right off in a large section. We scraped another section intentionally to see if the entire floor would do this, and of course it did. Behr was contacted and agreed that the product should not be peeling and that it sounded like we had followed the instructions but still suggested user error. They offered to send us more product to repair the now bare spots. We will be peeling the rest of the product off the floor (shouldn't be too hard) and starting over with something else. I'm very disappointed.
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Back Patio Stain Worked Great! We have a large patio with very old concrete with lots of stains. We pressure washed, degreased and etched before staining and knew there would be a lot of 'character' when complete. We were a little worried because the colors in the can were really watery and didn't closely match the color card but we followed the directions exactly and love the final result! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-06-11
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