How to Acid Stain Concrete in Five Easy Steps

Step 1: Clear debris and clean concrete surface.

  • Industrial Strength
  • No hazardous solvents
  • Cuts through grime, grease and more

Concrete must be in good condition, untreated, unsealed and never acid etched. Otherwise, additional cleaning, stripping or abrading of surface will be required.

Step 2: Apply two coats of concrete acid stain color.

  • 10 colors
  • Concentrated strength
  • Won't fade, chip or peel

Step 3: Neutralize acid stain and remove residue.

  • Neutralizes acid stain
  • No hazardous solvents
  • Removes staining process residue

Step 4: Apply protective sealer.

  • Protects concrete surface against water and staining
  • Non-yellowing
  • Reduces scuffing and marring
Single Component Sealers

Step 5: Clean and wax regularly.

  • Wax protects concrete sealer
  • Wax maintains concrete finish
  • Cleaner keeps surface looking like new
Easy Shine Wax and Neutra Clean™