Reliable, re-useable, heavy duty acetone-based concrete dye sprayer suitable for any large DCI Concrete Dye application. Suitable for projects from 1000 square ft and above. Air pressure is essential to a successful concrete dye application. Pump up the sprayer to the highest point possible. The concrete dye should spray as a mist and not in the form of droplets. If the sprayer begins to drip and dye droplets form, stop and pump up the sprayer again. Frequently pumping the sprayer to maintain consistently high pressure will produce the best application results. Clean with acetone and store for reuse.
The appearance of the finished product is very much influenced by the manner in which the dye is applied. Shake the mixture in the sprayer frequently to ensure an even, consistent color during the application. The dye should be sprayed going right to left, then north to south. Try not to spray on too thick. The dye will dry almost instantly. The more layers you apply the darker the color will become. Apply as thin a coat as possible to ensure color quality and appearance. Generally, 3-4 coats of dye should be sufficient for most applications, but additional dye can be applied to make the surface darker. Do not let the dye pool up in any area, so mop up these spots with a disposable rag. Allow product to dry thoroughly. Carefully use a dry buffer, soft cloth, or dust mop to remove excess colorant or residue on the surface before sealing. For more information, read over our step by step Concrete Dye How-to Guide. Looking for color inspiration? Visit our Concrete Dye Photo Gallery to see our customer’s creations.
Safety while applying dye is important. Do not apply near an open flame and use in a well-ventilated area. Remember to use goggles and gloves while working with the concrete dye.
Key 3 Gallon Concrete Dye Sprayer Features:
• Heavy duty, professional grade, reusable sprayer for DCI Concrete Dye
• Rated for use with Acetone. Not intended for use with Acid Stain.
• Easy to use adjustable flow wand tip
• Use for projects larger than 200 sq. ft