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Cement Pigment - Brick Red - 100g Sample Bag

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  • Pigments are used in a ratio relative to the amount of powdered cement in your mix.
  • Usage between 4 & 8% recommended (1 to 2.0kgs for every 25kgs bag of powdered cement).
  • 23 colours available, all are in stock.
  • Information sheet available for download, please contact us for more information.
  • FREE SHIPPING to all Mainland UK Customers, add. charges to Highlands, Islands and Northern Ireland.
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Technical Details
Item Weight50 g
Weight50 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0081Y035Y
Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank 271,317 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight50 g
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Date First Available10 May 2012
  
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Cemcraft's NEW Brick Red pigment is designed to produce a medium red colour in concrete, mortar or render. Cemcraft's unique colour pigments are for use in casting patio slabs, garden ornaments or for colouring any wet pour concrete, mortar or render. Sometimes referred to as 'cement dye' or 'mortar dye', the powdered pigment is added as the material is being mixed. Pigments are routinely used from .05% up to 10% concentration (NEVER use at more than 10% concentration). We cannot be more specific on concentration as colour is so subjective and the colour of your finished product depends on a number of different factors - not just how much pigment you use. The colour of the sand & aggregate and the type and colour of powdered cement (standard gray, light gray or white) will also affect the colour of the finished product. White cement will always give you a colour closer to that of the pigment itself.


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