Stamped Pattern Concrete from Designer Concrete Coatings
Concrete impression method
Designer concrete impression is a stamp imprint method that replicates the textures, colour features and finish of slate or stone on fresh cast-in-place concrete surfaces. The process requires six (6) basic steps to complete the work and leave a lasting and impressive look to home driveways and pathways.
- Fresh concrete is cast-in-place
- CMM 3000 Colour Hardener is cast and trowelled into the fresh concrete surface.
- DCC Release Agent (powder or liquid) is then applied to prevent the stamp mats from sticking to the fresh coloured concrete surface.
- Stamp pattern mats are then 'impressed' into the surface to replicate the style and form of stone or tile paving.
- After concrete 'hard set' the release agent waste is removed and the surface cleaned.
- DCC Sealer is applied for its intended purpose to aid concrete curing; and, to aid surface cleaning subject to limitations of undue influence of environment or damage and expected deterioration in time and by use and weathering.