RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stains

RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain penetrates concrete in varying degrees of intensity depending on the composition of the concrete resulting in mottled shading of colors. While these are the very characteristics that render a natural appearance, a test section should be produced for approval prior to the general application of the chemical stain. Whenever possible, this test should be applied on the actual concrete slab to be stained. An adequate size sample should be produced so a good judgment of the final appearance can be made. It is important that the same worker, equipment, and techniques that produced the sample be used for the finished project. Due to differences in cement, aggregate, admixtures, and finishing techniques used when placing concrete, chemical stain may produce results that are completely unexpected. Owners should be made aware of this potential issue and should understand that there are no guarantees with coloration, unusual fading, or even darkening over time.


  • One gallon(diluted or full strength) covers 200-250 square feet
  • Recommended dilution is 1:1 with water, therefore if you buy one gallon, after dilution you will have 2 gallons.
  • Two applications are recommended for most jobs

Renaissance Stain












Please Note: Blue and Green shades are not recommended for exterior use or where prolonged water contact may occur. Color variations can be expected due to differences in concrete and application techniques.

*Colors may vary and may appear different on your computer monitor

Outline (Read all instructions before starting):

Clean and prepare the concrete

  • Mask off area
  • Dilute stain with water 1:1
  • Spray on first coat and brush in
  • Let first coat dry and then wait an additional hour
  • Rinse with clean water, scrub to remove residue and rinse again until rinse water runs clear
  • Apply second coat to ensure complete coverage in lighter areas
  • Wait 2-4 hours
  • Clean and neutralize concrete
  • Allow to dry overnight or longer until completely dry
  • Apply 2 coats of SRI Clear Acrylic Sealer letting dry about 12 hours in between coats
  • Use a mop on floor wax a few times per year (depending on traffic) to preserve the sealer finish

RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain penetrates concrete in varying degrees of intensity depending on the composition of the concrete resulting in mottled shading of colors. While these are the very characteristics that render a natural appearance, a test section should be produced for approval prior to the general application of the chemical stain. Whenever possible, this test should be applied on the actual concrete slab to be stained. An adequate size sample should be produced so a good judgment of the final appearance can be made. It is important that the same worker, equipment, and techniques that produced the sample be used for the finished project. Due to differences in cement, aggregate, admixtures, and finishing techniques used when placing concrete, chemical stain may produce results that are completely unexpected. Owners should be made aware of this potential issue and should understand that there are no guarantees with coloration, unusual fading, or even darkening over time.


  • One gallon(diluted or full strength) covers 200-250 square feet
  • Recommended dilution is 1:1 with water, therefore if you buy one gallon, after dilution you will have 2 gallons.
  • Two applications are recommended for most jobs


New concrete should be allowed a minimum of fourteen (14) days to cure. Cooler climates, (highs not reaching 50 F) require curing times of twenty-one (21) to twenty-eight (28) days. Liquid curing agents should not be used. Concrete must be thoroughly cleaned and rinsed before chemically staining. Water must easily penetrate the surface. Spotting the surface with water can check this. The water should darken the surface and be readily absorbed into the concrete. If water “beads” and does not penetrate, additional curing and/or surface preparation must be done.

NOTE: If adequate curing time has elapsed and water still does not penetrate, then a curing compound may be present and must be stripped. If this occurs, testing or other investigation may be required to determine what type of stripper to use.

The concrete surface should be pressure washed with a fan tip or cleaned with a rotary machine and swept. Clean all dirt and loose debris from surface using detergent(such as TSP: TriSodium Phosphate) when necessary. A commercial degreaser works well in removing some mild oil and grease stains. Oil, grease, and other petroleum stains that are permanent will not accept chemical stain. Chemical stain should not be used over petroleum stains.

NOTE: Since RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain reacts with cement paste, aged or broom-finished concrete may not produce the variegated appearance that new troweled concrete produces.


Surrounding areas and foliage should be protected prior to staining. The work area should be roped off. All adjacent vehicles should be removed and the roped areas closed to foot or vehicular traffic. Any adjoining walls should be masked. Wear approved acid vapor respirator NIOSH/MSHAA TC 23C. Provide adequate ventilation and sufficient local exhaust as needed to maintain exposure below TWA and TLV limits. Wear chemical-resistant gloves and chemical splash goggles. Wear suitable protective clothing, chemical resistant apron and boots to avoid skin contact.


RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain should be applied by using a pump-up sprayer with all plastic components. RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain contains hydrochloric acid and will corrode metal components. Liberally apply one coat of chemical stain while agitating surface with an acid-resistant brush. For best results, maintain a wet edge. Brushes should be uncolored, acid-resistant nylon bristles with a medium stiffness and able to hold liquids. Airless sprayers are not recommended. Do not splash, drip or allow the chemical stain to puddle in joint areas or other depressions unless a changed color affect is desired in those areas. Do not walk on the wet surface. Footprints will appear darker than the adjacent areas. If stepped on by accident, the footprints should be brushed out immediately.

The liquid chemical stain color will not resemble the final color produced on concrete surface. The color changes as the chemical reactions take place. RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain has a slight bubbling or fizzing action when applied. Use a circular motion and keep the brush in constant contact with the surface in a continuous motion. To avoid lap marks, previously reacted chemical stain should not be spread to the new work areas. It should be brushed back over the section just treated.

RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain should be diluted for use. Dilute one(1) part stain to one(1) part water for normal usage. Color as well as shading may change depending on dilution. Other dilutions may be used, but dilution should be no more than one (1) part chemical stain to four (4) parts water. Test samples should always be produced to inspect results of diluted solution.

When applying chemical stain to vertical surfaces, application should start at the bottom and work upward. Excessive run down should be avoided.

Two applications are normally required on concrete. However, color is related to number coats as well as time before rinsing. Premature rinsing will generally lighten the color but may cause undesired, dramatic shading. Final coat of chemical Stain should be allowed to dry before rinsing unless different effects are desired. When multiple colors of chemical stain are to be layered, the first color residue should be cleaned off before the application of the second color and/or the third color, etc. This allows the color effect to the last color applied to be evaluated before another color is applied.

One coat usually produces the desired results when staining polymer cement. Polymer cement accepts chemical stain more readily than concrete. RENAISSANCE™ Concrete Chemical Stain may completely change the color of the polymer cement.


After staining, rinse until the rinse water is completely clean. A solution of 5-10% sodium bicarbonate(baking soda) and water should be applied to the surface to neutralize it. Use an acid resistant nylon bristled brush to scrub the surface and to remove all residue. If available, a rotary floor scrubber or buffer should be used to clean the surface. Rinse the surface again to remove all residue and neutralizing solution. An all plastic, acid resistant shop-wetvac can be used to collect all wash water. All residue, run off, cleaning water, and absorbent materials must be discarded and disposed of in accordance with all local, state, and federal regulations.


Two coats of SRI Clear Acrylic Sealer are required to complete the project. The surface must be clean, completely dry and at least 45° F during the sealer application. Open the pail of sealer and mix thoroughly with drill. To apply with roller, use a solvent resistant, 1/4″ nap. Apply one thin coat forcing the sealer into the low areas of the texture. Allow sealer to dry (this could take up to 12 hours) then repeat the process(for second coat use non-skid modified sealer if desired). To apply with an airless sprayer, use a size 8/13 reversible tip and spray evenly onto the concrete surface.

CURE TIME: Allow twenty-four (24) hours before permitting foot traffic on sealed area. Allow seventy-two (72) hours before permitting vehicle traffic on sealed area.

SRI Clean and Prep is an economical, concentrated acid based micro etching solution designed for superior profiling of unsealed, slick-trowel concrete surfaces. It provides the necessary characteristics to properly profile a floor prior to applying acid stain or other coatings without the harsh hazards of using muriatic acid. SRI Clean and Prep, slightly opens the pores to allow adequate adhesion for concrete coatings, and better acid staining color development and reaction. Its excellent cleaning properties allow removal of mud stains, rust, and corrosion deposits from a multitude of concrete substrates.

  • Formulated as an economical, concentrated solution which can be diluted up to 1:3 with water.
  • Safe replacement to muriatic acid.
  • Deeply penetrating formula that quickly and efficiently lifts off stains with minimal effort.
  • Perfect preparation agent for staining, sealing, or any other coating applications.

SRI Clean and Prep is recommended for use on unsealed slick trowel floors to prepare for staining, sealing, and other coating applications.

Solids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0%
Drying Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to Directions
Re-Coat Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Foot Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to Directions
Wheel Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Refer to Directions
Application Temp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40°F – 85°F


***Please note that low air and/or concrete temperatures and/or relative humidity may extend drying times. Follow recommended coverage rates for best results.

SRI Clean and Prep is VOC and OTC compliant in all areas of the United States and many foreign nations.


First Coat (Optional Second Coat)

SRI Clean and Prep has a shelf life of one-two years in its original, sealed, unopened container.

SRI Clean and Prep is packaged and stocked in 1 gallon jugs and 5 gallon pails (55 gallon drums available)

New and Old (unsealed) concrete 150-250 sf/gallon.

*Coverage rates vary depending upon surface porosity and texture, and application method. Excessive build up should be avoided. Please note that product can be diluted up to 1:3 with water yielding up to four times the coverage rate per gallon purchased.

Wet Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue-Green Transparent
Dry Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
VOC Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . <90 g/l
Blush Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Solvent Resistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A
Concrete Adhesion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A

Application: First Coat (second coat optional)

Always test the concrete to be prepared for previous coatings. This product will not work properly over coated concrete surfaces and is not to be used as a chemical coating stripper.
Sweep all trash and debris off the area to be cleaned and prepared.

  • Protect all areas not to be cleaned and prepared. Mask off all adjacent surfaces with painter’s tape or plastic duct tape. Protect all metal and glass surfaces from contact or over-spray (Solution may etch or dis-color). Use a plastic or coated cardboard as a spray shield. Plastic or polyethylene sprayers and buckets are recommended for application.
  • Dilute material with water to desired dilution rate (1:1 for hard slick trowel surface, up to 1:3 w/water for light to medium slick trowel surfaces)
  • Using a polyethylene pump-up sprayer, apply at a rate of up to 150-300 sq. ft. per gallon of finished product (diluted or straight). An acid brush may be used to brush in material for a better application. Always use an acid resistant plastic sprayer and acid resistant brush.
  • Allow 5-10 minutes for proper reaction, and rinse thoroughly with water by mop with a water and ammonia solution (1qt. ammonia in 5gallons of water), to neutralize the surface for proper pH level. Remove standing water with a wet vacuum. Repeat until floor is clean and free of all material.
  • Allow the area to dry 18-24 hours. The floor is now prepared for most any stain or coating application.

Please note: When using this product for acid stain preparation, the neutralization process should be done after the acid stain is applied instead of after the preparation process.

Use warm soap and water. Dispose of containers in accordance with local and federal regulations.

  • SRI Clean and Prep can freeze during storage. Storage in area between 50 F and 85 F recommended.
  • All HVAC ventilation ducts should be blocked prior to application so acidic fumes are not distributed.
  • SRI Clean and Prep is corrosive. Proper protection should be worn during application.
  • It is not recommended to apply SRI Clean and Prep over carpet, tile, and other types of floor adhesives.
  • Coverage rates depend upon many conditions including application method, surface porosity, applicator, etc.
  • SRI Clean and Prep was designed for interior concrete and exterior concrete.
  • Please be aware that using this product will etch concrete surfaces. Slight discoloration may result as well.
  • SRI Clean and Prep may be diluted. Please note: The higher the dilution rate, the less strength to clean and etch.
  • Once SRI Clean and Prep is applied to bare, cured concrete, it will etch the floor! Please Test prior to use.


Manufactured by:
SRI Concrete Products, Inc.

2515 Commerce Dr.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Phone: (803) 327-6880 Fax: (803) 327-3872
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Please consult Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and read Warranty information prior to use. This information can be requested by contacting customer service at 803-327-6880

SRI Sealers have been specially formulated to produce beautiful finishes over any type of decorative concrete. They have been tested for years in the real world and have stood up to the test of time. SRI Sealers are solvent based acrylic resins that do not yellow from UV exposure. They can be used inside or out, over hard troweled, broom finished, stamped, spray textured or any other type of concrete.

Use a standard floor wax over sealed surfaces to keep their finish in a pristine state.




SRI Clear Acrylic Solvent Based Sealers are specially formulated and specifically designed for sealing and protecting all types of plain, colored and decorative concrete surfaces. SRI Clear Acrylic Solvent Based Sealers are non-yellowing, non-styrenated sealers that are resistant to oil, greases, gasoline, deicing salts, ultra violet rays, wet and dry abrasion and many household chemicals. They contain specially formulated resins and solvents that are designed for maximum penetration into the concrete surface for extended durability and wear resistance.


  • Seals all concrete surfaces, providing glossy appearance, easy maintenance.
  • Non-yellowing under ultra violet exposure.
  • Resistant to mold, mildew and many other organic stain products.
  • Helps minimize spalling of exterior concrete.
  • Can be coated with high grade commercial wax.
  • Can be applied to concrete as soon as it sets.
  • Properly cures and hardens new concrete for improved abrasion resistance.
  • Deep penetration increases abrasion and wear resistance.


  • Stained Concrete Surfaces
  • Stamped Concrete Surfaces
  • Concrete Overlays
  • Spray Deck Knock Down
  • Swimming Pools
  • Integral Colored Concrete Overlays
  • Exterior and Interior Surfaces
  • Ornamental Pre-cast Concrete
  • Concrete Masonry Units


Surface Preparation: New concrete surfaces must be completely dry, clean and free from curing agents, paint or any other compounds which would prevent penetration of the sealer into the concrete surface. Pressure washing and acid etching is recommended prior to sealing plain concrete surfaces. For sealing stamped concrete, refer to the stamped overlayment application instructions.

Application: Sealer should be applied by ¼ inch nap solvent resistant roller, lambswool applicator, hand held sprayer, or by an airless industrial sprayer. Apply in a thin consistent layer and do not allow sealer to puddle in low areas. Apply first coat and allow to dry thoroughly before applying the second coat. For maximum performance, twelve (12) hours between coats is recommended. When sealing hard troweled, dense concrete surfaces, SRI Clear Acrylic Solvent Based Sealer may be thinned for the first coat to increase penetration.

Clean Up: Tools and equipment should be cleaned with xylene.


Chemical resistance to strong reagents after twenty-four (24) hours of exposure was determined on 1 mil dry films that had been cast on glass plates.

Motor Oil No Effect
Transmission Fluid No Effect
Antifreeze No Effect
Gasoline Softened (Slight)
Brake Fluid No Effect
Liquid Detergent No Effect
Hydrochloric Acid (5%) No Effect
Sulfuric Acid (5%) No Effect
Sulfuric Acid (Concentrated) Severe Softening
Aqueous Ammonia (30%) No Effect
Chlorine No Effect


Coverage Over Plain Concrete: @ 2 coats 500-600 square feet per 5 gallons.
Over Sprayed Deck: @ 2 coats 400-500 square feet per 5 gallons.


SRI Clear Acrylic Solvent Based Sealers are packaged in 55 gallon (208 liter) drums and 5 gallon (18.9 liter) pails.


  • EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE-Remove all ignition sources (cigarettes, pilot lights, heaters, etc)
  • Concrete surface must be above 40o F during application and drying time.
  • Always use in adequately ventilated areas or use respirator during indoor applications.
  • Do not apply over damp surfaces.
  • Do not apply over water based sealers.
  • Do not use on wood surfaces.
  • Do not use on areas vulnerable to solvent attack.


Conforms to ASTM C-309, Type 1, Class B. Meets or exceeds applicable Federal Standard TT-C555B, HUD approved.

SRI 25% Clear Sealer

Acrylic Concrete Sealer


SRI 25% Clear Sealer is a tough, high solids (25%), pure acrylic concrete sealer in a solvent base. It is designed to protect and beautify all types of concrete with a high gloss durable clear coating. SRI 25% Clear Sealer is non-yellowing to preserve the appearance of all types of decorative concrete.


SRI 25% Clear Sealer protects and beautifies all types of concrete such as colored, stamped, and exposed aggregate. It also protects pavers, terrazzo, stones, and stained concrete. SRI 25% Clear Sealer can also protect and add gloss to Chattahoochee stone. Paver joints will be stabilized and pavers will be sealed.


Use brush for cutting in tight spots. Use short nap roller for smooth concrete and longer nap roller for rough concrete. If using tray, do not use thin plastic. Use metal or heavy duty plastic container. Alternately an airless sprayer can be used.


  • Two coats are recommended. One coat application is possible if applied at proper rate and cross-rolled.
  • Exposed Aggregate concrete-Apply at rate of 100 square feet per gallon
  • Textured and stamped concrete-200 square feet per gallon
  • Broomed concrete-NOT recommended due to highlighting of imperfections in concrete and darkening of concrete.
  • Trowel finish, tile, terrazzo and other slick surfaces-Apply at rate of 300 square feet per gallon.
  • Pavers- 100 square feet per gallon. Use metal sprayer.


Clean dirt, wax, grease, oil and other contaminants from the surface. Be sure to remove any foreign coating unless previous coating is same or similar oil based sealer or stain. Make sure the surface is clean, dry and sound. Clean oily concrete with SRI CONCRETE CLEANER DEGREASER or other degreasing soap. Use a bristle brush for heavily oiled spots. If surface is slick, etch with SRI ETCH & CLEAN. Rinse well with a pressure washer. Allow 24 hours to dry. Apply only when surface and air temperatures are above 50° F and below 90° F. Do not apply to excessively hot surfaces as rapid drying may cause bubbles to form. For pavers, sweep away any loose sand.


Wear Safety glasses and gloves.


Brush may be used where roller won’t reach. Do not pour directly from can to concrete. Apply evenly from can or other metal container with appropriate roller. Use a long nap roller for exposed aggregate, a medium nap roller for textured surfaces and a short nap roller for smooth surfaces. Keep roller soaked by dipping on every stroke. Every few feet turn perpendicular to the first coat, and cross roll without re-dipping. Wait until the surface is tack-free before applying a second coat. The continual dipping with the first coat gives a heavy application and the cross-rolling allows for an even application. If spraying, use a metal container and clean up immediately with aromatic solvent such as A-100, Xylene, toluene, or lacquer thinner containing the previously mentioned solvents. Do not thin product.


Dries to walk on in 4 hours to a glossy shine. May be driven on in approximately 72 hours. Cooler temperatures will increase drying time significantly.


SRI SUPER SEALER WAX is recommended for slick troweled interior or covered concrete, such as garage floors. SRI SUPER SEALER WAX will add a deep gloss finish. It is a sacrificial coating that adds scuff and skid resistance. SRI SUPER SEALER WAX protects the SRI 25% Clear Sealer, and will add to the life of the coating and should be re-applied as necessary as a part of your routine maintenance.


On slick concrete floors, you may add SRI SUPER GRIP as a non-skid paint additive to the second coat of SRI 25% Clear Sealer.


Clean application tools and equipment with Aromatic Solvent such as A-100, Toluene, Xylene, or Lacquer Thinner containing one or more of the previously listed ingredients. These solvents are flammable, and proper caution should be exercised.


Product will not freeze. Re-seal unused product completely and store in ventilated area away from open flames. One gallon can will close by hammering lid on can. Five gallon pail cannot be adequately re-sealed. If you smell solvent after closing lid, finish using product or discard.


Clean floor with water. Do not use ammonia based cleaners. For interior floors SRI SUPER SEALER WAX is recommended as sacrificial coating to protect the hard sealer film from scratching.


Not recommended for brick due to bricks tendency to absorb moisture from under seal. Sealer will melt plastic, asphalt, or any petroleum-based product. Any surfaces not mentioned should be tested in small areas before applying sealer. NOTE: Gasoline and other Auto parts cleaners containing hot solvents will melt stain. Wiping will smear stain. Allow to dry. Either leave be for protection or re-coat with stain for best appearance. If floor will be regularly exposed to chemicals, it is highly recommended that you test a spot before proceeding with whole floor.


If discoloration, streaking, splotching, and/or cracking occurs, it is usually due to insufficient coating (see Application rates). A second coat is recommended. If fogginess occurs due to insufficient drying of concrete beforehand, apply an aromatic solvent such as A-100, Xylene, toluene, or lacquer thinner containing the aforementioned solvents to melt sealer and release moisture. If buildup occurs due to years of repeated application, application of aromatic solvent such as A-100, Xylene, toluene, or lacquer thinner is recommended to restore shine. Protective coating
should last 2-4 years. However, the gloss will fade sooner if exposed to the sun. Bubbles may sometimes occur, but will dissipate and not affect the seal. SRI 25% Clear Sealer may be used on fresh concrete to cure and seal and on old concrete to protect and beautify.


Since Sentury Reagents Inc. has no control over handling, use or storage; no guarantee expressed or implied, is offered. Sentury Reagents Inc .warrants the product to be free of defects and will replace or refund the purchase price of said products proven defective. Labor cost and/or other consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. Responsibility for claims of any kind is strictly limited to the purchase price of the product. The suitability of the product for any extended use shall be solely up to the user.


Contains Aromatic Solvent Petroleum Distillate. It is Flammable: Avoid Heat, Sparks and Flames. Extinguish all open flames in area including pilot lights. Do not Smoke. If eye irritation, headaches or dizziness occur, leave area. Wearing respiratory protection is helpful. Reseal tightly after using; avoid skin contact. Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not transfer contents into another container. KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN


  • EYES: Flush with water.
  • INHALATION: Move to fresh air.
  • INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Seek medical attention immediately.
  • SKIN: Wash with soap and water.

Technical Data

Finish High Gloss
Color Clear
Dry Time 4 hours for foot traffic & 72 hours for auto traffic
Recoat Time When 1st coat is tack-free
Coats recommended 2 coats
Coverage 100-300 ft.2/gallon depending on porosity of concrete
Resin Acrylic
Solvent Petroleum Naphtha Aromatic Hydrocarbon
Weight Per Gallon 7.5 +/-
Flash Point 105° F
Nonvolatile by weight 25%


VOC <700 g/L (<350 g/l for Low VOC version)
ASTM C-1315 Passes
D.O.T. Paint / 2 / UN1263 / PGIII (PG II Low VOC version)



Acrylic polymer Trade Secret
Aromatic Hydrocarbon 64742-95-6
Toluene 108-88-3
Aliphatic Hydrocarbon 8052-41-3

SRI 30% Clear Sealer

Acrylic Concrete Sealer

SRI 30 Clear Sealer- is a pure acrylic polymer solution. It naturally resists the yellowing process. SRI 30 Clear Sealer – leaves a film forming membrane which achieves both a protective and decorative finish.

SRI 30 Clear Sealer – coatings dry by solvent evaporation to a tough protective film that adheres well to metal, concrete, and other masonry surfaces. The coatings have excellent resistance to U.V. light, water, and a wide variety of chemicals. Typical properties of SRI 30 Clear Sealer are given in Table I.

Table I

Typical properties of SRI 30 Clear Sealer

Form Solution
Solids Content, % 30+ or – 1
Specific Gravity 0.92
Pounds/Gallon 7. 7
Gallons/Pound 0.12
Appearance Clear Solution
Color,mGardner 1 max (1933 series)
Dry Time @ 73ºF, 50% RH < 1 hour
Foot traffic 2-4 hours
Auto traffic 24 hours

Chemical Resistance
The chemical resistance of SRI 30 Clear Sealer to strong reagents after 24 hours of exposure was determined on 1-mil dry films that had been cast on glass plates. The observations appear in Table II.

Table II

Reagent Appearance
Acetic Acid, Glacial Blistering
Hydrochloric Acid, Conc Loss of gloss
Nitric Acid, Conc Slight Blistering
Sulfuric Acid, Conc No Change
Sodium Hydroxide, 50% No Change
Gasoline Softened
Motor Oil, SAE 20 No Change


ASTM C-309, Type 1. Class A & B Passes
ASTM C-1315 Passes
AASHTO Specification M-148 Passes
USDA Passes
EPA 40 CPR Part D for Concrete curing & sealing Passes


All Colors

1 gallon bottle       –  –  –  –   $54.00

Chemical Stain Sample Kit

11 eight oz jars       –  –  –  –   $35.00

Small Sample Kit

4 eight oz jars       –  –  –  –   $20.00

SRI Clean and Prep

1 gallon       –  –  –  –   $22.50

5 gallon Pail       –  –  –  –   $101.25


SRI Solvent Based Clear 25% Solids

5 gal. Pail       –  –  –  –  –   $130.00

1 gallon          –  –  –  –  –   $32.50

2 gallon          –  –  –  –  –   $65.00

SRI Solvent Based Clear 30% Solids

5 gal. Pail       –  –  –  –  –   $140.00

1 gallon          –  –  –  –  –   $34.50

2 gallon          –  –  –  –  –   $69.00

*shipping not included in listed prices

To order, please call (803) 327-6880

Sample Kits

Our Renaissance Concrete Chemical Stain Sample Kit- is available in 2 sizes:


Contains 4 oz. of each of the 11 available colors, in 8 oz. bottles. This leaves room so that you may add 4 oz. of water to create the proper 1:1 dilution solution. $ 35.00 each (plus shipping)


Contains 4 oz. of each of the 4 available colors (you select the colors) in 8 oz. bottles. This leaves room so that you may add 4 oz. of water to create the proper 1:1 dilution solution. $ 20.00 each (plus shipping)

Both kits include: One pair of vinyl gloves and one pump sprayer attachment.

Call us for assistance with product information or installation questions.

803-327-6880, Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm EST

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