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1 Gal. Patina Interior Acid Stain

$5997
  • Acid-based chemical stain concrete
  • Exterior stain
  • Permanently changes the color of the concrete
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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.
  • 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
  • No two floors will look alike
  • See color chart under instructions / assembly
  • All types of cured concrete
  • The coverage rates will vary depending on the porosity of the concrete
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
  • California residents

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Ratings
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Surface LocationBasement FloorBasement Floor,Driveway,Garage Floor,PatioBasement Floor,Garage FloorBasement Floor,Driveway,Garage Floor,Patio
Container Size1 Gallon1 Gallon1 Gallon1 Gallon
Paint/Stain FeaturesAbrasion ResistantUV/Fade ResistantAbrasion ResistantUV/Fade Resistant
Stain & Sealer In OneNoNoNoNo
TransparencySemi-TransparentSemi-TransparentSemi-TransparentSemi-Transparent
Substrate/Surface Usage TypeConcreteBrick,Concrete,StoneBrick,Concrete,StoneConcrete
Base MaterialWater BasedWater BasedWater BasedWater Based
Tinted / BaseTintedTintedTintedTinted
Recommended Number of Coats1111
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
1 Gallon
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
200

Details

Application Method
Paint Sprayer
Base Material
Water Based
Color Family
Green
Color/Finish
Patina
Dry To Touch Time (hh:mm)
01:00
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Maximum Optimal Temperature (F)
50
Minimum Optimal Temperature (F)
90
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Soap & Water
Paint/Stain Features
Abrasion Resistant
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Concrete Stain
Recommended Number of Coats
1
Returnable
90-Day
Stain & Sealer In One
No
Substrate/Surface Usage Type
Concrete
Surface Location
Basement Floor
Time before recoating (hours)
6
Tinted / Base
Tinted
Transparency
Semi-Transparent
Vertical/Horizontal
Horizontal

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 Reviews

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We have done approximately 2000 square feet of concrete flooring with this product. The first ti...
We have done approximately 2000 square feet of concrete flooring with this product. The first time we used the Wheat color on a floor that was 375 square feet. The color that we ended up with was very true to the color depicted. The second time, we did our entire house with Patina. We were looking for a darker color, and Patina seemed to be what we were looking for. The color that we ended up with was much lighter, and very different from the image depicted. We love it, but if we could do it again, would go for a darker brown. We scrubbed the floor a total of 4 times with a scrub brush, and rinsed using a shop vac. With both applications, the color never did stop coming up. When it is first applied, it is a dreadful bile yellow color. This is pretty frightening if you are not wanting a yellow floor. The actual color in the end is more like the color that you get when you wet the floor. After rinsing and scrubbing, the floor still dries with a filmy yellow look. Once again, don't panic. We used Armor Seal concrete sealer, and applied 3 coats. When you apply the sealer, it goes on milky white. Do not panic. It dries clear. When applying with a pump sprayer, no need to worry about drips or uneven application showing when dry. It dries clear and not overly glossy. Our advice for application: Use a simple, inexpensive deck sprayer for the application as well as the application of the polyurethane sealer. We tried rolling out the sealer, and ended up with roller marks that were permanent. Do not wear shoes of any kind during the application process. Even clean, soft soled shoes with foot covers left marks on the floor that had to be scrubbed out. Try to find a floor buffer/scrubber to use for the scrubbing process. Using a scrub brush was incredibly labor intensive. Use a shop vac, but beware.... the wheels will leave marks on the floor. We placed cardboard under the vac to prevent this, after having to scrub out the marks from our first rinse. If you try to scrub and rinse until a rag wipes clean, you will die of exhaustion. Apply a minimum of 3 coats of sealer. We only did one coat on our first application 3 years ago with the Wheat color, and the concrete will absorb moisture from a spill. Would I use it again? Yes. But I wish someone had given me the above advice prior to my first application.
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    Shame to park a car on this floor
    My garage is now wasting its pretty face. The color depth is incredible when combined with the clear rustoleum sealer finish.
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      Work as described. Watched video, read brochure and instructions. Used etch and clean and neutral...
      Work as described. Watched video, read brochure and instructions. Used etch and clean and neutralizer as used in video. Could not ever get rag to come completely clean, scrubed with brush/broom rinsed about 3 times then power washed 3 times and gave up. Then sealed with Eagle supreme seal. Looks good so far.
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        2 found this review helpful
        Loved the outcome and color of this stain. Was everything we'd hoped for and more.
        Loved the outcome and color of this stain. Was everything we'd hoped for and more.
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        2 found this review helpful
        Missed labeled ?
        I ordered the color Patina. Product states Patina but according to color chart this is not Patina but maybe Bronze. I tried the stain on 3 different concretes (3 different ages and types) with the same results, bright orange. I have used acid stain on concrete before (manufactured by a different company) and loved the results. I do not know if what was sent to me was not labeled correctly or just a bad product.
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        Response from THD-CSOct 24, 2016
        Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,"Your picture is what I would expect concrete to look like after acid staining but before neutralizing, cleaning and sealing. Acid Staining is a chemical reaction between the minerals in the concrete and the salts in the Acid Stain. This reaction leaves a rust colored efflorescence. Once that residue is removed and sealed you will get your true color. After residue is removed and the concrete is wet you will have a similar look after sealing. At that point if you do not like the color, you can acid stain again with same color or another color for the desired effect.
        • DIY
        Good deal
        I found this like the last solution for my patio. But it was the best one.
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        2 found this review helpful
        Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
        Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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        Very happy with the outcome!!...
        Very happy with the outcome!!
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        This is a great product and the floor turned out amazing!
        This is a great product and the floor turned out amazing!
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        The concrete looks great! I definitely thought it would have...
        The concrete looks great! I definitely thought it would have more green based on the product picture but it does say the composition of the concrete determine the ultimate effect. Mine has a lot of rust tones. The stain has to penetrate for 6 hours and there is a difference where it dried out more and ran to other areas. This process is beautiful and unique but be advised, this is a demanding job!
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