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1 gal. Cola Interior Concrete Dye Stain Makes with water from 8 oz. Concentrate

$59.97 /each

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Eagle interior Concrete Dyes transform plain concrete into attractive decorative concrete without the expense and tedious process of acid staining or overlays. These stains can be prepped, applied, and sealed within two days. Choose from 17 stock colors or an endless palette of colors by combining various colors and applications.

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  • 17 earth tone colors
  • Transforms plain concrete into attractive decorative concrete
  • All concrete floors create their unique look
  • Easier to use than acid stain
  • Click here to see a color chart
  • 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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What would it cost for all the steps it takes to do 600 square feet

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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Nana. You can view all of the directions to prep and apply this concrete dye here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/ea/eafd6609-655f-4026-abab-e7907d0a6ec9.pdf
Each container covers approximately 200-400 square feet per gallon, depending on porosity and depth of color desired.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Nana. You can view all of the directions to prep and apply this concrete dye here:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/ea/eafd6609-655f-4026-abab-e7907d0a6ec9.pdf
Each container covers approximately 200-400 square feet per gallon, depending on porosity and depth of color desired.
We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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The spec sheet says 200 sq ft per bottle.
One of the reviews said 1200 sq ft, 2 coats, 4 bottles.
That's 600 sq ft coverage per bottle.
What is the max dilution ratio?
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This product should be poured into a one gallon spray bottle and then the rest of the bottle is filled with water.
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Could I use this on flagstone?

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Could I use this product like to add some color variation to flagstone, I would like to change some deep grays to warm and deep browns without them looking painted.
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Can this be used on a garage floor?

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I have an older house with a never treated concrete floor that has accumulated it's share of stains. Can I just stain the concrete with this? Is it absolutely necessary to seal & polish?
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cola = black I mixed this per the directions and my floor was black after just one coat. The etch and clean solution left marks where the brush was used as well. Not impressed at all, $60 dollar mistake!!!! Stay away. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic results! I used the Eagle system to prep and stain my old, previously painted (and frequently flooded) basement floor. I can't rave about it enough. While the pre-work to get the old concrete stripped and into a dye-ready state was extensive, the actual application of the Eagle etcher, dye, sealer and polish was simple and produced an amazing result. My floor looks fantastic! The dye absorbed quickly, the sealant worked great and the polish gave it a professional finished look. Even better - there was very little odor or fumes with all of the products, unlike a traditional acid etcher or stain. It was great for such an enclosed area. I honestly wish I had more concrete in my house. I want to do more rooms!! October 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by New Floor at Low Cost This product is great and easy to use. We could not afford to put in new carpet or anything else for that matter in our 3 bedrooms, so we decided to try this out. We have 2 of the bedrooms completed so far and they look great. The Eagle help line that is provided is very helpful. They are very nice and will answer any and all questions. We told the representative what color we were looking for and we took his suggestion and it was perfect. The only thing that I wish is that some kind of color wheel was provided on line so that you could kind of look around at the other colors to see what else they look like. February 14, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Turned out Beautiful! Our concrete floors look amazing...this cola dye turned out beautiful! It is a warm chocolate brown, the variations in color really look great, the cracks in the cement are now my favorite part! Our basement floor was clean and in almost new condition even though it us 18 yrs old. We did the etch and clean, followed by 2 coats of dye, 2 coats of seal and 2 coats of polish! We used 4 bottles of dye to cover a 1200 sq ft floor...could have possibly used 1 more bottle to go over some parts where the concrete soaked up the dye faster...but we really like the light shades as well as the darker shades. The hardest part was the prep...taping off the walls and the etch and clean process was more work than we expected, the spraying of the dye and sealer was easy and so was the polish. The previous reviews is what convinced us to use the a Eagle Brand products and we couldn't be more pleased! November 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cola is a Warm Brown After reading a lot of reviews, we decided against doing the acid stain and instead we used this concrete dye. So glad that we did. We wanted a warm brown that didn't have any reddish cast or a greenish cast...just a nice warm brown and that is what Cola turned out to be. Be prepared for a lot of floor preparation (mopping...a lot of it)which takes time but must be done for good results. This took us two days for 600 sq feet from start to finish. We followed the video for this product and used all the Eagle brand products recommended. Found the video by Googling "Eagle Interior Concrete Dye". This is the product list in order of application: 1. Etch & Clean 2. Degreaser & Neutralizer 3. Interior Dye (2 coats) 4. Armor Seal (3 coats) 5. Polish (we chose Matte Polish which came out to be semi-gloss for some reason which actually looks great) (2 coats). Also download the instructions on the Eagle website for the Interior Concrete Dye which gives you a checklist of items needed and further instructions. We purchased a Roundup pump sprayer with a fine spray and conical tip as recommended which worked great. After one sprayed coat of the dye we decided to do a second to add some more color and after all is said and done we are glad that we did. It took on lights and darks when applying with a circular motion and looks just like an acid stain. A big plus is that there isn't muriatic acid used in this dye process. I seriously don't know why anyone would choose to do the acid stain when this alternative is less toxic and turns out looking the same. We slept in our loft each night with no fumes. We moved our furniture back in 4 hours after the last coat of polish. It looks great! Highly recommend it. The only wish would be that it would be nice to have a customer help line phone number for Eagle for any detailed question just in case. May 4, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Color palette in the description I haven't used this product but wanted to point out per the other review that there is a color palatte accessible in the description. March 12, 2013
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