Interesting concrete sidewalks, cracked, stair tread overlay and terrace there are everywhere. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Measures that seem to be removed may appear behind with the decorative concrete lining that looks new. A fairly simple process, low construction with materials and right processes will dramatically improve appearance. Cracks can be filled with epoxy filler with added sand for durability. Spilling or collapsed concrete can be improved with hydraulic cement rapidly drying or use patch with polymer hardener is added for strength gain.
After the steps are fixed, a concrete layer can be mixed with colors and applied to the concrete. The coating can be slippery with a trowel or spatula as a tool used to spread and smooth the stretch. Other systems use steel vanes to smooth the surface and rinse aid. Another layer can be introduced into various stone or brick patterns. The thickness of the range layers of 1/8 3/8 inches thick. The thickness depends on several factors such as design and adjacent floors, vents or doors. The flexibility of coating thickness provides a high solution when it is a problematic code. In most cases adding a thin layer allows code compliance with the added benefit of a durable and decorative surface
The color options are endless. The colors can be mixed in concrete and concrete with acid stains and added topical dyes. The dye will not be UV-resistant, but may stain acid. Integral colored concrete is the most popular color solution and easiest way. Covering the steps and stairs have become very popular for the pool terrace, patios and sidewalks. Retail stores around the world use stamped concrete liner to add value to their property. Office Building owners using printable concrete to personalize the look and interior vestibule. Many restaurants and hotels have a new surface that is applied both inside and outside to solve the problem of development, while adding value to their facilities.