Concrete Stain Ingredients
The colors in concrete stain are created by mineral salts dissolved in water. Most minerals do not dissolve in water, and many that do are no good as stain because they have a plain white color.
Salts of the elements Iron, Copper, and Manganese
porous concrete. A chemical reaction may occur between the minerals in the stain, the oxygen in the air, and/or the cement in the concrete. The reaction transforms the mineral from a water soluble chloride or sulfate to an insoluble oxide, hydroxide, or carbonate. The insoluble mineral is now left trapped
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