Direct Colors Has Everything for White Concrete Countertops! White is “In” for Countertops, Firepits, Concrete Tables and More! Get the design facts here!
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.”
Ken’s Custom Designs – Krebs, OK
Michael K – Vail, AZ
“This is how the countertop came out with the colored concrete overlay and sealer. The countertop looks great thanks to you! My high school kids had a blast doing it and learned a bunch. It has stimulated many ideas for new projects. Thanks again.”
Jonathan M. – Pensecola, FL
“My acid stained back patio turned out beautiful!
It was 300 sqft of new concrete. I used 1 gal of malayan buff as the base (diluted 100%) and 1 gal of cola (no dilution) as the accent. I used a $5 1 gallon bug sprayer from walmart to spray it on. Easiest project ever. Shipping was very slow though. That was disappointing, but I’ll be ordering again to acid stain my new 1400 sq ft driveway.”
Tom W. – New Port Richey, FL
“Love my floor! Had a house built and finished the floor using the acid stain and AC1315 High Gloss Sealer, it is far more beautiful than I would have guessed and it is sealed. So easy to clean floors when the water beads up. So easy I am already thinking about more projects.”
Corey M – Littlestown, PA
Betsy D. – La Rue, OH
Concrete Countertop Institute – Chicago, IL
“The Direct Colors concrete pigments, especially the blue, have proved very intense and vibrant. Other pigments tend to look nice in the bottle but then fail to provide rich color in the concrete. Direct Colors pigments look fantastic in concrete even at low concentrations. I’m very impressed.” Jeff, Concrete Countertop Institute