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Concrete Stains & Concrete Release

The distinctive antiquing release colors serve as captivating accents to the attractive integral color foundation. Imagine how the complementary blend of an integral color, antiquing release color and stamp pattern can add dimension and charm to your home.


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Antiquing Release Colors*

Arizona Tan

Arizona Tan

Beige Cream

Beige Cream

Brick

Brick Red

Classic Gray

Classic Gray

Deep Charcoal

Deep Charcoal

Pecan Tan

Pecan Tan

Russet

Russet

Slate Gray

Slate Gray

Smoke

Smoke

Terra Cotta

Terra Cotta

Walnut

Walnut

*The colors are an approximation of the final concrete color. Much like marble, granite or wood, concrete has natural variation in appearance. The color of concrete can be impacted by many factors such as natural shade, the color of local concrete material and the style of concrete finish selected. Concrete that is not cured and sealed will have less brilliance and color uniformity.