|Name||10 oz. Liquid Cement Brown||10 oz. Liquid Cement Color - Charcoal||1 lb. Charcoal Fade Resistant Cement Color||2 lb. Tan Fade Resistant Cement Color|
|Additive Type||Cement Colorant||Cement Colorant||Cement Colorant||Cement Colorant|
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You should be able to use any concrete sealer that you like.
Not sure but what I can tell you is this brown is like a red brick color depending on the ratio of tint to mixture. I used it with a quickcrete cement mix and used a 1/3 of the bottle per 80lb bag.
No, I can’t see how that would be possible or consistent over more than one ore two bags of concrete
QUIKRETE® Liquid Cement Color is intended to be added to the clean mixing water before it is mixed into a dry gray base concrete mix such as QUIKRETE® Concrete Mix. In order to make any type of swirl effect, you would need to mix two different batches of concrete and experiment on ways to swirl them together without the materials mixing together.
We did a cinder block retaining wall with a kind of stucco/concrete layer over it. For part of it, we mixed in the coloring with the cement and put on the wall. Later I wanted to change the shade slightly and just painted this liquid cement color on the wall after mixing with water. They both worked and I can't say one way colored the cement any better than the other way so YES you can do that. Just remember if you only mix with water it is really thin and drips easily. But looks fine when smoothed with a brush.
It’s made to mix in with the water, they do make grout stain that might work on mortar
This product must be mixed with water and blended to a 80 LBS bag of concrete mix.
We are able to get about 12 sq ft. This was 6 cap fulls per bag of quick dry concrete
We used 6 capfulls per bag of quick drying concrete. Also we mixed it in a 5 gallon bucket filled about a third of the way. We then poured it into the dry cement. Mix it and add water as needed. We went a little like thick cake batter. A other tip is don't get it to soupy as this affects thed curing time and we had some crumbling on the bricks we made. The 6 caps full produced a nice buff color.
Depends on the color you want. IF you read the bottle, it says a MAXIMUM of two bottles to 60 or 80# of concrete. I used 2 bottles in a 50# bag of Thoroseal and I got colors from brick red all the way to a light brown. Super inconsistent!