Ten Second Color - Imperial Blue - 1 Gallon
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Ten Second Color™ (TSC) Dye penetrates and colors concrete and other cementitious surfaces. When properly applied, TSC creates beautifully mottled effects similar to acid stain in a matter of seconds without the wait time required by acid. A translucent dye, TSC colors can be combined into countless variations and hues, or layered for unique effects.
Simply mix with exactly 1 gallon of acetone to make 1 Gallon of TSC dye.
Coverage rate is an average of 400-600 sq ft per Gallon. Coverage variations depend on concrete surface porosity and amount of material applied.
The Ten Second Color™ Dye samples shown are representative of TSC applied to standard, gray concrete using the directions provided on the Technical Data Sheet. Results may vary depending on the condition, age and makeup of the concrete, and/or the application methods used. Always test prior to use.
This was the only brand that had a dark blue stain for outdoor concrete. I have a stamped concrete cobblestone pattern in my backyard. The blue is not quite as dark as I want it to be, plus it has a patches of pinkish purple. I love how it looks overall though. I had to do 3 coats to get to certain level of darkness. My contractor told me acid stain would have worked better. Maybe you can create a dark blue in acid stain in the future? I am happy to share a video of pictures of my yard so you can see the purple pink patches.