|Name||10 oz. Liquid Cement Color - Buff||1 lb. Charcoal Fade Resistant Cement Color||2 lb. Dark Brown Fade Resistant Cement Color||3 lb. Red Fade Resistant Cement Color|
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Depends hall dark call or you want to be but my experience very dark if you using three or four bags with 1 pound color most the times and the three bags but if you want to be just a little bit lighter is for bag in the 1 pound
Yes, the more you add the darker it will get. I find that using it with plaster the more I add the weaker the plaster becomes so I add a little sand which seems to help. But in grout there should be no problem, unless you add way too much.
No, this is an additive intended to be used in masonry mixes prior to being poured to alter the color. However, I purchased it to mix in with my concrete sealer as my contractor did not order the concrete for my stamped project dark enough and the casting product he used got mostly brushed off by him prior to him sealing it. So when it was time to reseal the sidewalk I was able to darken the sidewalk then by mixing this additive into the clear sealer. So far its holding up really great. I feel like this product might be too pigmented (too intense) to be used as the casting powder color release. Its cheap enough though if you have time and are a DIY'er pick it up and try it out
That I do not know, I would think it might work if it will saturate into the band. I would try it on a small part first. The mix itself would work with the water.
I don't think soo. This is a powder. Need to be mixed with concrete.
I used this in my clear concrete sealer to darken the overall look of my sidewalk. It worked perfectly and is holding up great in the sealer.
It says on the container use one pound with 94 pounds of concrete/mortar, etc. Says if you use one pound with 60 lbs of concrete it will be darker. The less concrete you use the darker the finish product.
I bet it can be used in plaster quite successfully. Can't see why it couldn't be a successful pigment to darken plaster.