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Eagle 1 gal. Jade Concrete Acid Stain


1 gal. Jade Concrete Acid Stain

$5997 /each
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Product Overview

Eagle Acid Stains create marbled variations of color on cured concrete by chemical reaction with the minerals in the concrete. Every concrete floor will react with its own unique pattern. Once sealed with clear sealer, your floor will pop with an elegant look. Acid Staining is a tedious process. Eagle concrete dyes should be considered if a simple process is important.

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  • 14 unique colors
  • Marbled look gives concrete a unique and expensive look
  • All concrete floors create their own unique look
  • Color is a result of chemical reaction for long lasting results
  • See color chart under instructions / assembly
  • Click here to see a color chart
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations

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Container Size
1 GA-Gallon
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)


Application Method
Paint Sprayer
Coating Product Category
Color Family
Dry to touch (min.)
Paint/Stain Base Material
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Key Features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Deck, House & Concrete
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Time before recoating (hours)
Tinted / Base

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Since the methods of application and conditions are beyond our control, we make no guarantee or warranty concerning the use or results to be obtained from use of the described product. Any such warranty of merchantability is disclaimed. Buyer is solely responsible for results.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

1 gal. Jade Concrete Acid Stain is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Results I recently used Eagle Acid stain for concrete in olive color. The concrete slab is going to be used for an outdoor pavilion and was only floated a couple of times with a hand made wooden float. I never touched the cement after the float but when it got firm enough to walk on I sprayed it with water and covered the whole job with plastic. Leaving it covered for 7 days. I waited 28 days for the cement to cure before using the stain. . It took 1.3 gallons for 360 sq. ft. First I misted water over the entire slab to make it damp. I used a garden style sprayer and went to work spraying the slab. As I went I would stop spraying and broom in the acid with a shop broom working it into the cement evenly. I highly recommend a damp slab to start and brooming the acid in as you go for even coverage. They recommend a sprayer for acid stain but mine was not and I think the brass tip and tube of the sprayer effects the stain somewhat if you stop and it sits- reacting to the brass. In hindsight I recommend using a plastic garden sprinkler watering can. Have a helper do this as you work the acid around with the broom. The next day I rinsed the slab several times and broomed it with lots of water. Then I mixed 16 OZ. of ammonia with 5 gallons of water, flooding the area and brooming the neutralizer mix in. I did this twice then I rinsed the slab thoroughly again. I waited a week to seal it and I used Behr Premium Low-Luster Sealer, $28. This produced the look I wanted and took the curse off the olive color. If you want a darker wet look- use the Behr Wet-Look Sealer. Eagle makes a good sealer which I have used in the past also. I was very pleased with the Eagle Acid stain and the Behr Premium Low-Luster Sealer.
Date published: 2016-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eagle Acid Stain The first coat of Acid Stain I used was from another company and cost $20 more per gallon. I was new to the acid stain process and was unsatisfied with the first application. I used a floor maintainer with a black pad and water, buffing the surface well before applying the 2nd coat which was the Eagle Acid Stain. The secret to applying on 1 month old concrete is to dampen the surface before applying. The dampness helps break down the surface tension and lets the acid stain flow in more evenly- you also get better coverage. After spraying the whole job broom in the acid. Keep brooming in the slow drying areas- working it into the concrete. You can walk on the acid stain when wet brooming it in. After 5 hours I hosed off the acid and used the floor maintainer (red pad), to buff around 2 cups of ammonia mixed with 5 gallons of water to neutralize it. Buff once with the floor maintainer and broom around the ammonia water 2 more times. The buffer will remove some of the stain if you do it to much- use a white pad if concerned about that. I learned much of this on Youtube. After 24 hours of dry weather I used the Eagle acrylic sealer and was very happy with that product as well. This was an 185 sq. ft. outdoor patio. I am thrilled with the finished look.
Date published: 2014-08-15
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