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Proline Dura Color Hardener 5 Gallon

Proline Decorative Concrete

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Item Number: Color Hardener

General

PROLINE Dura Color Hardener is a colored dry-shake hardener that is broadcast by hand over the top of freshly placed concrete and worked in with a wood float to form a dense, colored concrete †œskin† on the slab surface. It is made with the finest quality pigments and premium cement. Durable silica sand is used in a tight fitting formula producing a high quality, abrasion resistant surface. * Formulated with only quality ingredients for a denser, more durable surface * The denser surface picks up even more detail from the texture mat * Made with stable, U.V. resistant, streak-free, iron oxide pigments


Product coverage

One 60 pound bucket of PROLINE Dura Color Hardener covers approximately 100 square feet, but lighter colors may require a rate of 100 lbs per 100 sf.


Product application

Applying Dura Color Hardener takes skill and experience and should be done by a trained professional. Dry-shake color hardener is applied shortly after screeding just as the bleed water is coming to the surface. It is usually broadcast by hand in a lateral motion out and about knee level. The motion is similar to that of the outer hand when swinging a baseball bat. The product should be applied uniformly and then worked in with a wood float. Start with the edges first then work in toward the middle when broadcasting and floating. Be aware of wind conditions when broadcasting. A second coat, or shake, should be applied next, filing in the thin spots. Most colors will go on with two shakes followed by touch up, but lighter colors may require three shakes. If the surface is to be textured, then a light troweling is recommended. For a textured †œantique† look, a light hardener color should be paired with a darker PROLINE Dura Antique Release for stamping. Click for Dura Color Hardener Technical Data