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10 oz. Liquid Cement Color - Terra Cotta

$8.58
  • Adds decorative touch to concrete, mortar and stucco
  • Mix cement color with water and add to dry concrete mix
  • Provides permanent, integral color
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About This Product

Quikrete 10 oz. Liquid Cement Color - Terra Cotta is used to enhance your cement based projects. Easy to use by mixing with water, then mixing into the dry mix, this color can also be added to stucco, sand topping and mortar. Quikrete 10 oz. Liquid Cement Color - Terra Cotta is integrated into the cement mix when used as directed, so the color will never fade away from your decorative projects.

Highlights

  • Terra cotta color
  • Use to color concrete, mortar, sand topping or stucco
  • Mix with water, then mix with two 60 lb. or 80 lb. bags of concrete mix
  • Provides permanent color
  • Meets the requirements of ASTM C 979
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Product Information

Internet # 100318446

Model # 131704

Store SKU # 408377

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size10 oz.Product Depth (in.)2.375 in
Product Height (in.)6 inProduct Length (in.)2.375 in

Details

Additive TypeCement ColorantColor FamilyTan
Color/FinishTanRecommended ApplicationCement
Returnable90-Day

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Questions & Answers

116Questions
caret
Q:Can concrete color be used like paint to restore the look of bricks already set?
by|Feb 7, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  No, the Quikrete® Cement Color (liquid) is only designed to be mixed in a cementitious mixture.

by|Feb 8, 2024
    caret
    Q:Are the colors metallic? Looking to add metallic color to epoxy for our concrete floors.
    by|Jan 3, 2024
    1 Answer
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    A:  No, these colors are not metallic. In addition, these colors are water-based and should NOT be use with epoxy.

    by|Jan 4, 2024
      caret
      Q:Is this safe to use in concrete kitchen countertops?
      by|Dec 29, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  Yes, you can use QUIRKETE® Liquid Cement Color to customize your concrete countertops, however, to make them kitchen safe you would have to use a food safe concrete countertop sealer.

      by|Jan 2, 2024
        caret
        Q:Can this be added to limewash?
        by|Dec 21, 2023
        1 Answer
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        A:  QUIKRETE Cement Color is recommended for use with gray QUIKRETE cement mixes to add color to a variety of projects, including curbs, driveways, fishponds, floors, patios, sidewalks, steps, and stucco. Using this material in a limewash product may affect final color and overall performance.

        by|Dec 26, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          4.2 out of 5
          • 4.2 out of 771 reviews
          • 78% recommend this product
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          Liquid cement color
          I mixed this in for concrete countertop, thinking I would get black or dark countertops, at best it is a battleship gray. I mixed it very heavy. It was black mixing, but when it dried it was again battleship great. I do not recommend this for concrete countertop. I paid nearly $60 for something that didn’t work at all. Just pour it and then stain it with a stain.
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            A little goes a long way. The color is very intense, even more intense on the brick red coloring.
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            • Verified Purchase
            Great Blend
            I was so happy with the simplicity of this product and how well it colored my concrete. The best part is my concrete patio will never fade away and matches the color of the paint on my older patio section.
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              • Recommended
              Great Results on DUY brick Oven Base
              Used 2 bottles for 9, 60 pound bags of Sacrete high strength concrete as a diluted concentration intentionally. Got the nice terra cotta look but a little more muted. One can use slightly less and still get good coloring in my experience. But must follow the instructions and mix well into the water first, then add to the concrete.
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                • Recommended
                Great pigment for a true black
                I debated between this and powdered black pigment in my pursuit of a true dark black for my cement interior wall project. I mixed this with water prior then added my polymer modified cement gradually until i got a peanut butter consistency. I did a sample on some scrap drywall and at first it looked like a very dark gray. However, after a few hours my skim coat got darker and darker to a true deep black! Absolutely love!
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                  • Recommended
                  Definitely not terracotta
                  The product works fine, except the color is all wrong. More orange in hue. Should have gotten brown.
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                    1 found this review helpful
                    Make a sample first.
                    Make a sample to check it out first. That's the only way to have any idea of how much to use per bag . If it's important...it's worth making 2 or 3 samples before choosing the right amount for your mix . If you can't do that...hire someone that can.
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                      • Recommended
                      4 found this review helpful
                      Certainly better than gray
                      I purchased "buff" trying to get close to the color of sand. This did not even come close. Mixed exactly according to directions I to 2 80lb bags and the color was more terracotta than buff. Worked in the end because I was offsetting inlaid stone but not what I really wanted. Buyer beware that the color may not be true.
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                        • Recommended
                        3 found this review helpful
                        Photo is misleading. Read the negative reviews
                        Bought this bottle thinking that the color would turn out just like the photo on the bottle. I used the charcoal gray with 80lb bag of concrete. As recommended, used half the bottle for each bag of concerete expecting that it would be slightly lighter than the photo on the bottle. While i was mixing it it definitely looked like the photo and gave me the impression that its going to come out great. But after two days of curing the color changed to more of a haze gray then charcoal. They need to put sample photo for each bag of concrete so the consumers know what to expect. Very disappointed in the result.
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                          4 found this review helpful
                          Color Not Accurate
                          The color on the label is not the color it dries on the ground.
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