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Please don't tell people acid etching is the proper way to prepare for an epoxy or stain. All your doing is adding acid and moisture to the concrete and they is setting the floor up for failure. Acid etching only opens the pores temporarily. Diamond grinding or shot blasting is how to properly prepare it.

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Ozzi-L
This is real travertine per designer of this interior.
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Ozzi-L
I'm speaking of the 3rd photo from the top ...
   
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