TI Accent Release

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TI Accent Release

 Decorative Concrete Surfacing LLC is your trusted name in concrete services. We have been providing quality concrete services since 2000. We have over two decades of concrete experience and pool working with all major suppliers to ensure the best possible outcome for your project, whether it is a driveway, pool, patio, or sidewalk. We believe that our customers should always be treated with respect and their needs should always be met.

We offer free estimates on all projects, so you know exactly what you are getting into before signing off on anything. Our company has been recognized as a member of the Better Business Bureau since 2005, so you can rest assured knowing that we are an established business who cares about customer satisfaction above all else. We want you to come back to us again and again for all your concrete needs!

Concrete Release Agents are used as bond breakers when stamping and texturing fresh concrete with Walttools stamps, seamless skins, or texture rollers. The liquid release is typically used when a plain surface is desired, or when working indoors or in sensitive areas such as near a pool.

Walttools Powder Accent release is a hydrophobic powder that is broadcast onto the cement surface just before the stamping process is to begins. This can be used with Tru Hue Integral colors and Walttools Dust on color hardener to create contrasting accents on your surface.  They are also compatible when you using the various Tru Tint systems available to you. Accent release colors can be combined for even more color contrast to your decorative concrete stamp projects. Walttools accent release is most often used in outdoor projects where the powder residue is of less consequence. Powder release is also great for decorative vertical concrete carving projects. In that case, the release on not broadcast on the surface, it is only coated on the tools being used.

As a note, Liquid Release can be tinted by adding a small amount (a few ounces) of the powder accent release to a gallon of the liquid.  This will leave a bit of color behind and will provide some nice contrast.