Antiquing Release Concrete Colors
Concrete Colors Antiquing Release is a non-cementitious productdesigned
to be broadcast over the surface of plastic architectural concrete for
interior or exterior
surfaces that are intended for imprinting with mat type textured tools.
During this process, high
points on the texturing tools create depressed indentations in the
surface trapping the Antiquing Release, thus creating separately the
colors of the Antiquing
Release and the Color Hardener to produce a mottled variegated surface.
COMPOSITION: Concrete Colors Antiquing Release
is a unique blend of powdered materials specifically formulated to
break the bond between mat type concrete texturing tools and the
surface of color- hardened concrete. Because the pigmenting additives
are of the highest quality obtainable, they are lime-proof and UV
stable in sunlight or a lime environment such as concrete.
Concrete Colors Antiquing Release is formulated and packaged in
#30 plastic containers. They are available in all standard colors with
no minimums or maximums. Because of the variances in raw materials and
product design, colors may vary slightly from the color chart.
PROCEDURES: During installation procedures it
is highly suggested that all work areas not directly
affected by this product should be protected. All containers of
Antiquing Release should be equally distributed along the perimeter of
the area to be applied.
This product is the consistency of talc powder. To eliminate the
drifting of the
release, it is suggested that the broadcasting by hand and below the
knees should be adequate
for proper coverage. To prevent the adhesion of the mat-type tools for
texturing the concrete, make
sure an adequate layer of product exist
between the surface and the mats. Timing is critical when using this
product because of the factors surrounding plastic concrete, such as
inclement weather, and other jobsite related situations. During the
application of the
product, if the antiquing Release is applied to concrete that is too
plastic, it will become a
permanent part of the concrete surface masking off the true desired
affect. On the other hand, if this
product is applied when the concrete is less plastic, the majority of
it could be removed from
the surface leaving an undesirable effect.
ANTIQUING RELEASE REMOVAL:
To reduce the risk of staining or tracking into other areas, the
majority of the
Antiquing Release can be collected from the surface by brooming and/or
imprinted surface after it has been allowed to harden so it is safe to
walk on without marring the surface
or texture created. The remaining Antiquing Release should be removed
by a high- pressure detergent wash, followed by a thorough rinse until
the desired affect has been
Concrete Colors Antiquing Release coverage depends on several factors, such as application techniques,
imprinting procedures, timing, tools, skill level, and other jobsite related conditions. Under reasonable
conditions the product should maintain a coverage rate of 3-4lbs / sq. ft. or 700-1000 sq. ft. per #30 pail.
• Contains Portland Cement
and Silica (Quartz)
• Use with adequate
ventilation. Wet Portland cement may cause alkali burns.
Use dust mask models (Niosh / MSHA
TC 21C approved). The use of safety
goggles and gloves to avoid direct
cement contact is recommended.
Eyes – Do Not rub eyes.
Immediately flush thoroughly with water.
Skin – Wash thoroughly
with soap and water. Remove affected clothing from the
Inhalation – Move to fresh
air right away. If symptoms persist or develop, or if
ingested, get medical attention
NOT TAKE THIS PRODUCT INTERNALLY
Keep Out Of Reach Of Children
Antiquing Release Concrete Colors
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recycled concrete in lieu of gravel as aggregate in our
concrete. It doesn't cost us any extra; thus, it doesn't cost
you any extra. As far as structure, the recycled concrete is
just as strong as the gravel. We do what we can to save the
limited resources we have on earth.
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