Acid Stain Neutralizing After it Has Dried

Acid Stain Neutralizing After it Has Dried

Question: Do I need to neutralize the acid stain after it has dried?

Answer: Acid stain has been around for a long time and is the most traditional way to stain a concrete floor. It reacts chemically with the concrete and then forms a ‘chalk’ on the floor when it dries. This chalky residue needs to be removed from the floor with water. Our acid stain does not require neutralization, but if you want to, add a little baking soda to the water.

 

 

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