Direct Colors Has Everything for White Concrete Countertops! White is “In” for Countertops, Firepits, Concrete Tables and More! Get the design facts here!
Direct Colors sponsors an annual customer photo contest to highlight the best projects of the year. All projects should feature Direct Colors’ products and provide a description of how it was done. The contest begins every August so save up your before and after photos. We hope you’ll enter this year!
N. Baguley – Sandy, UT
“I’m very happy with the way my acid stained floors looks and everything Direct Colors has done to make it happen. Considering the cost, the ability to customize, and the impressive final look, I will probably use Direct Colors for every project possible from now on. Direct Colors has earned a customer for life.”
Greg E. – Palestine, TX
“Let me thank you again for your willingness to help us out with our concrete pigment needs. I am really impressed with your company’s responsiveness and attitude. You have my business for sure!”
Bexley A. – Minneapolis, MN
“Direct Colors offers an integral color sample kit for $30 which contains 10 4-oz. samples. The kit has all the colors you’d ever want for modelling bricks/pavement/tile for a pretty good price. Plus free shipping on orders of $25 or more, so the kit is an even better deal.”
Stonecrete Custom Designs – Mena, AR
“I used your products for my kitchen countertop remodel and it turned out great. I was very happy. Now I’m working on a bar top at my place of business with the concrete countertop mix and the concrete overlay I am purchasing.”
Bob S. – Ft. Worth, TX
“I’ve looked into concrete pigments for coloring plaster a number of times in the past. The liquid ones you can get at home improvement stores for concrete or grout never seem to work- they either take days to fully dry, never dry at all, or leave the castings really brittle. The problem with dry pigments, though, is that most places seem to only sell in 25 or 50 lb. quantities. Direct Colors sells 4 oz. and 8 oz. samples for $10 and $15, respectively. I bought a 4oz packet of the reddish color for making bricks, and a little goes a long long way. The pigments are really strong, and they are completely inert (I called and asked before ordering) so they don’t inhibit the plaster from setting. Great product.”