The Process: The concrete arrives at site and is placed. The base colour will have either already been put in the mix at the plant, or it is often towelled into the concrete as it is being placed. Both processes are standard trade practice. The base colour can often look quite "bold". We need to explain this, as some clients become quit alarmed at this stage. We assure you the finished product, looks quite different.
Using large rubber stamps the pattern is then stamped into the fresh concrete and it is left to harden. Colour wash is done several days later. This is the stage that transforms the entire project, bringing it to life. The final stage is then expansion cutting (if necessary) and the concrete is sealed.
Below shows: Photo1 - Concrete colour has been trowelled in, and pattern is being stamped. Photo 2 - Concrete after colour wahsing. Photo3 - Concrete after sealing.