Smith’s Color Floor Stains — “Classic Colors” Semi-Transparent
Smith’s Color Floor Stains are water-based, extra-strength stains developed to give a decorative natural appearance to concrete floors and other porous mediums.
It is an excellent tool for the concrete market that can produce unbelievable works of art. Formulated as a user-friendly alternative to hazardous solvent and acid-based stains, Color Floor utilizes state-of-the-art acrylic polymer research and pigment preparation to ensure the highest quality results.
Thanks to its superior adhesion, the stain works well on a variety of surfaces including, but not limited to, interior and exterior concrete, brick, plaster and natural stone. Color Floor can be applied to previously sealed surfaces, allowing an applicator to save jobs with little hassle.
Available containers: 4 oz., 1 quart, and 1 gallon
The “Classic” Series — Semi-Transparent Stains
The Classic Series are semi-transparent stains that achieve a natural variegation of color when mixed at the recommended dilution. The Classic Series can be used as a “High Hide” stain by simply mixing one (1) part concentrate to one (1) part distilled water. This application is an effective tool when staining slabs with varying integral color or refurbishing older stamped concrete.
- antique gray
- moss green
- olive green
- yellow ochre
- terra cotta
- mars red
- desert sand
- light adobe
- dark adobe
- bark brown
- dark chocolate
Color Floor can be applied via airbrush, high volume low pressure unit (HVLP), production gun, pump (bug) sprayer, sea sponge, and traditional bristle brush.
For best results, create a “mist” of Smith’s Color Floor on the intended surface. A variegated finish is achieved through the various absorbances of the surface material as well as the differing specific gravities of the color pigments.
Roller application methods force absorption of the diluted stain resulting in mechanical lines.
May contribute to LEED credits
- EQ Credit 4.2 Low-Emitting Materials: Paints & Coatings
- MR Credit 5.1 Regional Materials: 10% Extracted, Processed & Manufactured Regionally
- MR Credit 5.2 Regional Materials: 20% Extracted, Processed & Manufactured Regionally