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[Music] this week we are at a house here in cane mint in Missouri right now we’re pulling up this linoleum and the baseboard all around and we got to start grinding up the glue over here we had a bunch of carpet on this side so we’ve gotta we’ve already pulled up the tack strips and we’ve got a once we get all the glue off we’re going to go ahead and start attaching all these tack strip holes in I’m sure we’ve got quite a few cracks up underneath of this glue as well so we’re going to have to get those repaired but there’s no telling what you got until you get the glue off so we’re going to come back in here we’re going to put down a Tuscan slate texture we’re going to use some umber acid stain and some brown acid stain and then we’re going to lock everything down once we get that all ready to go we’re going to lock everything down with some epoxy and get it looking like a brand new floor in here all right the grout code is about halfway down this is right before the color goes on we have the texture down now we’ve pulled up our tape it’s an 8 inch border and we’re getting ready to color this thing out as soon as we tape off the rest of the perimeter here get the back wall done but this is our Tuscan slate okay this floor is complete borders about eight inches wide texture is Tuscan slate used umber and brown chem Stone acid stain and you will get it locked down with a clear epoxy and hey if you guys are watching this on youtube please subscribe to my channel if you liked the video hit the like button if you like what you see here in the video then leave me a comment see you guys in the next project [Music]

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Decorative Concrete Metallic Epoxy Sample Boards Base Coat

Hey guys, it’s right here today. What I’m gonna do is just put a black base coat on these boards. These are three simple words. I’m, getting ready to do for clients. I just said: go ahead and pour this, so this is our black base.

Normally, we always use this for our base. Go to our floors too, so that’s. What I’m gonna use on boards, so I’m gonna go ahead and premix our part, a I’ve got it over here, makes our part be up. Then I’m gonna mix.

The two together, along with the metallics and we’re, going to spread this on with a squeegee. We’re gonna be using about nine ounces, because I got about hardly nothing here. So nine ounces should cover this, probably a little bit more than what we need but use you, okay.

What I’ve done is I’ve, just mixed a part, A Part B at a two-to-one ratio. My metallics are in there and I mixed it for three minutes. So now I’m gonna go ahead and pour it out as equal as I can spread it around with our squeegee and then use a chip brush around the edges.

That’s. Basically it for today that’ll, be our base coat. We’ll, let it sit and we’ll come back tomorrow, you, okay, guys. The base goes on not much more. We can do. We’ll, just kind of let this move around a little bit and do its thing.

It won’t move a whole lot because put it on fairly thin. Put it a little bit thicker, but it’s, not super thin, so a little bit of movement. But finally, it’s on we’re gonna. Let it sit dry overnight and I’ll be back.

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Concrete that looks like WOOD?

Recently we decided to experiment with making our Decorative Concrete appear to look like a different type of concrete, normally we do alot of concrete that looks like Tile, cobblestone, flagstone, brick….. but never have we attempted to make our Decorative Concrete look like BARN WOOD PLANKS.

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Please leave me your comments and let me know what you think of this NEW LOOK we have created,,, no no I’m not really implying that we created it, I’m simply saying its New to us and I believe it is very Unique and I’m happy to be installing these Concrete WOOD Floors now.

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Decorative Concrete Coating Acid Stained Concrete Overlay Lake Ozark Osage Beach Sunrise Beach MO

Okay, this week we’re at a home in climax, pray in Lake of the Ozarks I’ve got a screened-in porch here. What I’m doing in here is I’ve already ground down the majority of it. I have to take off the top layer.

You can kind of see where I’ve stopped here, and this little bit right here is what I have left to grind down, but it all it all looked like that. So I ‘ Ve got the majority of this ground down and we’re, trying to get it ready for the overlay this week and then out here we have the main part of the job.

I have a lot of cracks here to repair. Still, as you can see, we’re gonna go ahead and get those fixed up and they just kind of continue. This is probably the worst of it on this side, a little bit of stain going on here, get that all cleaned up pressure washed after I repair these cracks myself ears, pretty good.

It’s, a brand new slab. Here I don’t know how old it is, but it’s. Not very old. Just need some cleaning. This job in Lake of the Ozarks climax Springs. Missouri is now complete, but another coat of sealer on the Hamilton job.

This coat is our shine coat. It just really really brings the color of the acid stain it’s on this concrete out gives it a super. Nice shine just makes that color pop you you. This is inside the screened-in area.

Take your rum side over here get inside here. This is pretty fresh, so just gives us a little bit different view, so much shine on the other side and that wraps up this job climax Springs Lake of the Ozarks Missouri you

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We started this Project with Concrete that was about 20 years of age, it had several cracks and some stained area’s, part of the concrete was just added within the last year, so the colors of the two slabs of concrete was way different, my client wanted to have the cracks repaired and make the New and Old concrete colors blend together and look as one single slab, and that’s exactly what we did.IMG_1267

Our First task was to do some grinding, open the cracks up and get them repaired, after that we had to get the concrete prepped and ready for a Brand New Overlay with some Acid Staining. The Base coats went down great and the two large slabs of concrete now looked like they were the same color, the texture was a rock trowel, once the texture was on we put plastic on the home and the screened in patio area.

Next step was to Acid Stain the entire surface to pull it all together and marbleize the surface, we used a Chocolate and a Charcoal Colorant to add into our Antiquing Stains, so we were looking for a taupe color, once we had the color blend we were looking for we started the Acid Staining Process.

The Final step was to Lock it all in with a Quality Sealer and make the concrete look new and revived, I believe we saved the home owner from having to tear out and re-place the entire slab of Old Concrete which would have cost about 20k, needless to say they were very happy, please enjoy the pictures located here I will have a Video up very soon.

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Acid Stained Concrete Painted Deck Patio Coating Osage Beach Lake Ozark Porto Cima Jefferson City

Started this Project with a good slab of concrete, it had some imperfections, like a few cracks we repaired, some light grinding, and it was a little wavey here and there, but overall it was in good shape.

I started by addressing the cracks in the slab by opening up the cracks with my v-blade attached to my hand held 4 inch grinder, cleaned the crack out real well and repaired it.

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I came back in ground down some of the extra repair material, pressured washed, acid etched, ammonia rinsed and then pressure washed again, this concrete was repaired and thoroughly cleaned!

The next Step was to start the overlay process, I began by laying out the first grout coat color, followed by the second grout coat color, we went with a medium tone Chocolate color for the grout.

Once the grout coat was established the next day we came back in and taped out our 10inch boarder, then applied our tack coat over the tape with the grout coat to seal the tape and prevent any bleed under. (Blocks the top coat color since its a different color all together).

Now we are ready for a different Color to lay over top of these 3 coats of concrete and the fiber tape that’s now embedded within the last layer of concrete. This coat is a light palomino color which is sort of a light greeish/beige color, but it look good as you can see in the Video above, its the same color as the Texture coat, which is next.

ok now its ready for some texture, we apply the texture all with a trowel, which is very time consuming, this step took all day, well most of it. Ok so now we are ready to mask off the entire deck area, meaning the railing and the condo area, because the next step is Acid Staining the whole deck.IMG_1021

Acid staining, ok here we go… 2 pump up sprayers one with acid stain (brown chem-stone cut 5 to 1) the other is for water to allow the acid stain to disperse evenly, first the water very lightly then spray some acid stain, this technique makes it feather out naturally, and marbleizes very nicely!

I had to wait a few hours for the stain to react to the concrete overly, so I thought well why not hit the gym and kill a few hours, so I did… yes I was feeling a little like Rocky Balboa lol… anyway I came back pulled the fiber tape under my 3 coats of concrete, reveled my grout coat color and my 10 inch boarder came to Life!

Last day was just to come in clean it all up real nice and start mixing the sealer, 1 st coat goes down very quick and the color just pops!!,,,the second coat really pulls it all together, locks it down and now its shining bright like a diamond, very nice gloss!!… This outside deck at Seascape Condo’s in Osage Beach, MO is now saved and will go on to live a very long and happy life!!

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