Make sure you clean "pressure wash" the project really well so the product can penetrate the pores. Youtube has some really helpful videos on projects that came out great. Also I'm sure the label gives directions also.
I do not think that this product will be suitable for your needs. a flat surface will be walked upon and wear faster also the rain / snow will dissolve the entire finish quicker. Basically it is a powder that is mixed with water and applied to the surface. Any exterior application will wear faster than an interior one. Ask the Home Depot paint experts for advice on your needs.
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I’m not an expert, but did a lot of reading on limewash, and wouldn’t think that’s a good idea. Limewash soaks into the brick, calcifies to it, and still allows the brick to breathe, unlike paint. It would seem the concrete would possibly prevent that. If you’re looking for more of a paint, Romabio also make a mortar paint that I believe lasts 20 years or so Hope this helps you
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Classico Limewash is not recommended for your situation. If it's chipped you may want to remove or repair before using anything else, but we have a primer called Romabio MicroGrip Primer you can use first, then Romabio Masonry Flat over it. These two products are not yet sold in Home Depot. Visit www.romabio.com for more information.
Yes if mixed with a drill mixer and properly diluted to avoid clogging the sprayer.