The Renew Crete color chart is what is referred to when ordering pigments while using our products:
Color Packs: Added to all of our bag goods
Release Powders: Used for antiquing while using stamp tools
Color Hardeners: Used for surface coloring concrete
Curb Coat: A modified slurry used by landscape curbers
Color Shield and Color Seal: Water based and Solvent based tinted sealers).
Envirostain Color Chart
These waterbased concrete stains offer great UV stability and are typically safer and easier to use. Apply with a pump up spray or sponge to any concrete surface, then unlike the acid stains, once it is dry it can be sealed. Due to the nature of the stain, it will take more of an artistic approach to achieve the same appearance that acid stains give.
Stain and Seal Color Chart
These acetone concrete dyes offer the wide color selections of the Envirostains, but will create the look of the Acid stains. Also, just like the waterbased stains, no neutralizing is needed before sealing. - "Stain and Seal."
Acid Stain Color Chart
Acid stains are used to create a mottled or leather like effect over existing concrete surfaces, or on overlays that have been installed over concrete surfaces. After applying and drying, the surface must be neutralized from its acidic reactions with water and baking soda. Allow to dry once more then seal with either Renew Crete High gloss sealer, or Renew Crete Clear Coat, water based sealer.