Mission Brown Acid Stain


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Acid concrete stain utilizes a chemical reaction within the minerals of your concrete to transform a dull concrete slab into a one-of-a-kind looking floor for a fraction of the cost from most other systems. Mission Brown acid wash for concrete creates and forms varied colors of browns, tans and slight reds.

No one floor has the same mineral make up as another and customers that have properly used our U Stain It – Acid Wash Concrete System have time and time again enjoyed a long lasting, beautiful and rich concrete floor. Every project is different, many buyers have found comfort in knowing they have access to detailed acid stain instructions, acid stain product knowledge, videos and more when buying from Concrete Floor Supply.

Get all of the colors…acid stain sample kits are available for purchase.

The colors represented above are to serve as a guide only. Variations may occur due to a wide range of variables in the concrete surface , including but not limited to, the quality and degree of workmanship, curing conditions, prior glues, sealers, and contaminates. The colors displayed are accurate to laboratory samples. If exactness of color is critical, it is recommended that a job site test/mock up is performed. Always test.  Please utilize proper surface prep procedures.

Acid Concrete Stain Recommended Uses Acid Wash Concrete Features
  • Offices
  • Basements
  • Restaurants
  • Concrete Counter tops
  •  Laundry Rooms
  • Concrete Patios
  • and more..
  • UV Stable
  • Will not chip or peel
  • Easy to Clean
  • High strength formula
  • Does not require neutralization after staining (just clean, then seal)

COVERAGE RATE 200 square feet per gallon depending on porosity
TYPE Reactive acid based concrete stain
ODOR Slightly pungent
TOXICITY Harmful if swallowed
FLAMMABILITY Non-flammable
COMPOSITION Various metallic entities in an aqueous acidic base.
USDOT UN-Number UN1760

Short How-To Acid Stain

  1. Clean the concrete surface to make sure it is free of any topical coatings, oil, grease or dirt stains. We recommend the use of: Citra Pro (for grease) or oil. The best method for prep is our Concrete DNA Satellite pads (30 or 50 grit) underneath a low speed floor buffer and Super Blue diluted 1:9 (or more) with water. This gives your concrete a clean ‘chalkboard’ finish that will accept stain and create a surface profile for the sealer.  DO NOT USE Muriatic Acid it will burn your concrete and remove what the stain needs to create all of the neat reactions.
  2. Apply the stain by using a plastic pump sprayer and spraying the floor in a random method fully saturating the surface.
  3. Allow floor to dry thoroughly. Drying time will vary from floor to floor according to the surface conditions and humidity. Next wash off any remaining residue.
  4. Allow the stained floor to dry again and apply sealer to enrich the color and protect the surface. We recommend our Super Prime as a base coat followed by one of our WB Urethanes as a topcoat. For outside projects we recommend one of our outside sealers.
  5. Use EZ Clean as the periodic floor cleaning soap.
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We no longer carry the Klear Koat the product that is similar to this is our Super Prime

Super Prime is a specially formulated, low odor, two component, water based epoxy primer for interior use. This primer is easy to apply, bonds tenaciously to the surface and dries quickly.

This product provides excellent substrate penetration and is a suitable primer for most epoxies, urethanes, polyureas and polyaspartic polyureas.

Question: What is the best stain for outside concrete?
Answer: Acid Stain.

Question: Why is acid stain the best for outside concrete?
Answer: Acid stains chemically react and permanently burn the surface of the concrete and create a colored, mottled appearance.

Question: Will the acid stain chip off?
Answer: The acid stain will not chip off unless the concrete itself does so they are durable for outside use.

Question: Should acid stain be sealed?
Answer: Yes, they should be sealed to help the color “pop” and offer protection for your concrete.

Question: What product do you recommend to seal the acid stain with?
Answer: We recommend using our Crete Seal Gloss EXT (exterior) in either a Matte or Gloss finish.

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