I used the stain as a design on my concrete parking pad. I used all Behr stain for the project. I light gray
base with black steaks then followed up with dark gray streaks. The dark gray really made the concrete pop. I was very pleased.
I bought this in white the first time to do my fireplace in 1898 home. Staining that dark old brick was the best thing I ever did!
I went a step further and decided to do the old foundation to in "Inviting Veranda" to match the Behr porch and floor paint. In addition I purchased two other Behr concrete stains to make a sporadic color to the smooth face concrete block. You never have to worry down the line about scraping when using stain. If you get tired of it you can change it easily. Loved my choices and decided to seal the outside foundation with a gloss sealer.
I received many compliments from passerby's, other mason experts, and received a beautification award for my house from the city without even applying. People ask if that''s paint. My quick answer is "No. It's Behr Concrete Stain." [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
The original, Coronado stain was actually a certain Texas football team color. Instead of stripping, I ordered Dark Walnut and applied it as a third coat using the sponge off method. Achieved the acid stain look, and so far no issues due to my nonstandard application method. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
I bought 10 gallons of this product this spring and summer to stain my concrete driveway and walkway. The product is easy to apply and I really like the product. I need 4 more gallons of the products, but Home Depot has discontinued carrying the product. While I like the product but can't recommend the product since it isn't available.
I painted a full commercial ballroom 8-10 years ago with this product. The nice thing is when it does scratch I can touch it up and it always looks nice. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]