Cinder Block and Concrete Stain Color Chart

 

A new application for Triple-S Concrete Acid Stain is staining ordinary, boring-looking grey cinder blocks to give them life and color.  With Triple- S concrete stain, you can transform cinder blocks into beautiful decorative pieces that can be used for almost anything.  Stained cinder blocks can be used to make indoor/outdoor furniture, unique planter structures or even stain existing cinder block walls.

You Can Stain Concrete and Cinder Blocks!
 

You aren't stuck with the plain drab look of cinder blocks. Our acid stains can colorize or blacken concrete surfaces and cinder blocks. See the color chart below for examples of what acid stains can do.

What Do Concrete Stains Do?
 

Concrete stain will not affect the structural integrity of cinder blocks but will simply color them to offer a uniquely mottled look.  You can stain a cinderblock wall in your back yard, or stain individual pieces to then be used for furniture or even planters to house a small variety of plants & flowers.  Staining of this nature is not limited to cinder blocks and can be used for pavers or concrete pieces used to decorate gardens.  The uses are limitless!

Reactive Concrete Acid Stain / Cinder Block Acid Stain

 

Black concrete stain chemicals
Black concrete stain chemicals
Dark Brown concrete stain chemicals
Dark Brown concrete stain chemicals
Light Brown concrete stains
Light Brown concrete stains
Terra Cotta color concrete stain
Terra Cotta color concrete stain
Rusty concrete stains
Rusty concrete stains
English Red
English Red
Orange Sunset
Orange Sunset
Tan
Tan
Yellow
Yellow
Weathered Copper
Weathered Copper
Blue Green
Blue Green
Green
Green
Olive
Olive
Lime
Lime

Acrylic Cinder Block/Concrete Stain Colors

 

Ancient Gray
Ancient Gray
Amber
Amber
Coffee
Coffee
Auburn
Auburn
Gold
Gold
Jade
Jade
Charcoal
Charcoal
Mediterranean Blue
Mediterranean Blue

Dye Based Cinder Block/Concrete Stain Colors

 

Sea Blue
Sea Blue
Burgundy
Burgundy
Yellow
Yellow
Brick
Brick