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Rust-Oleum 239412A Concrete Stains Kit, Slate Color Hues

3.7 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
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Slate Color Hues
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  • Penetrates deeply into the surface
  • No chipping or peeling
  • Very low odor
  • Semi-transparent & water based
  • Safer and easier to use than acid stains

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Product Description

Color: Slate Color Hues

Product Description

Rust-oleum corp. 239412 c/stain kit slate

From the Manufacturer

Rust-Oleum Semi-Transparent Concrete Stain Kit adds vibrant, natural color. Apply to smooth or porous concrete, stone or masonry. Contains multiple colors of semi-transparent stains, plus wet-look sealer, sprayer, gloves and concrete etch as well as bilingual instructional DVD and sheet.

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Color:Slate Color Hues

Technical Details

Part Number 239412A
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 17.2 x 14 x 9.2 inches
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Item model number 239412A
Color Slate Color Hues
Item Package Quantity 1

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ASIN B000OX9C0W
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3.7 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #388,465 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#196 in Industrial & Scientific > Tapes, Adhesives & Sealants > Coatings
Shipping Weight 25.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available May 31, 2007

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By Brad Yuronich on July 20, 2009
Color: Terra Cotta Color Hues Verified Purchase
I highly recommend this product. The DVD that came with it was extremely helpful and the kit is very complete. My only addition to the video is that when you're doing an area where the concrete is contained by walls, you cannot go off the surface to start/stop spraying as the video instructs. It worked for me by having someone follow me with a bucket that I could start spraying into to avoid having the sprayer drip onto my surface.

Also, instead of always going in circles, I'd be sure to go in straight lines along the outside walls as the circle pattern won't adequately coat the outside areas. The circle spray pattern works very well for the main area of the room.

The only item that wasn't included in the kit was a brush/mop with stiff bristles to scrub the concrete and citrus etch into the surface.
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Color: Terra Cotta Color Hues Verified Purchase
I love this product, i will be buying more for the rest of my concrete areas.
It is very economic and it also gives a very expensive look to regular concrete. It also a DIY so you dont need contractors or so.
My only suggestion is to be careful with the surface: it has to be cleaned and smooth.
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Color: Terra Cotta Color Hues Verified Purchase
We prepped by pressure-washing the patio. It's a pretty rough, porous concrete. Easy to apply and the color looks great. As others have noted, this is more of a paint, not a stain. It has been on for roughly 8 months and still looks good. We had a couple of spots where the stain came up, but we quickly discovered that it was due to a chair with soft rubber feet. In the heat of the summer, the rubber "melted" and adhered to the top coat of the stain, ultimately lifting it. We have had no problems since, even with harder chairs "scraping" across it frequently.
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Color: Sandstone Color Hues Verified Purchase
Applied this to a porch after carefully following all the cleaning instructions. Unfortunately, after only about 6 months, it is already peeling in rather large areas. We scrubbed with the included cleaner beyond what was recommended to avoid this, but it apparently did not work. This was applied to a concrete porch (covered porch) that is about 48 years old...not sure if that has anything to do with it. Doing the math, it is a very expensive temporary application.
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By JZ on March 8, 2011
Color: Sandstone Color Hues Verified Purchase
I was expecting this to be easier to use. The sprayer was crap. It constantly clogged and I ended up uneven blotches all over the place. I would recommend you just get a roller and the stain, roll a base coat and then use the sprayer for the accent color and then go back to the roller to apply the sealant. Im sure this is easier to use for people who have done it before, but buyer beware if you are a rookie like I was. Not to mention that I found this cheaper at Lowes after I bought it.
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Color: Terra Cotta Color Hues
We previously had carpet on the basement floor,but after it flooding I had to rip the carpet up. Decided to go to a cement stain. It was a major pain to prep the floor. Had to desolve the glue,scrape it up, sand, and buff the floor first. Then I prepped it for the stain. Washed it with TSP cleaner to degrease. Used a garden hose to rinse it off and a shop vac to suck up the water. After it dried I taped clear plastic to the surrounding walls to prevent oversplash of stain. Then put on the etching solution. Then the fun part- spraying the stain on. I started with the lightest color to the darkest color (three colors),leaving plenty of drying time between coats. Then I used a flat mop to put on the sealer topcoat sprinkling in grit as I did it. After that was 3 layers of wax. 8 years later and it still looks great. I just wash the floor with a wet mop and put on a new layer of wax each year. In between times I just dry dust it. Love it! Wish I'd never done carpet. Going to do it again this time outside on my patio. Lots of work, but well worth it.
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By Angel on January 9, 2014
Color: Sandstone Color Hues Verified Purchase
After reading reviews, spending months researching different staining products and options, I decided on this one. One of the many reasons is that it was affordable, relatively easy and non-toxic (so I didn't have to find temporary housing for my pets). It was very easy to follow the DVD, and it turned out WAY better than I imagined. I'm a single woman and I was able to do this with no problem (although did have my awesome dad for guidance if needed). :)
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Color: Terra Cotta Color Hues
I have a "leather" colored concrete patio (not covered) that I applied earth brown stain over, and wet look gloss sealer. I applied 2 coats of the stain, and 2 coats of sealer. This patio is a broom finish, so it has a pretty good texture to it. The concrete was 4 months old when I applied the stain and sealer. I have to give it credit on the look, it's a fantastic upgrade to the dull matte finish I had before. I did use an upgraded 2 gal sprayer instead of the tiny one with the kit. I hope it holds up better than some who have posted here. Since my concrete is a rough finish I'm hopeful. If it doesn't I will update my review here!
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