Concrete is being rediscovered by builders and architects because it has always been environmentally “green” and it meets owners increasing demand for construction value. Few investments match the permanence of concrete. Davis Colors™ are used by companies that make Concrete Block, Retaining Wall Units, Pre-Cast Panels, Cast Stone, Brick and Stucco. Plasterer’s and Masons use Davis Colors™ to spice up mortar joints or swimming pool plaster. We’ve even known a few artists to use Davis Colors in plaster murals, concrete furniture and countertops, or to create unusual effects in ordinary dry-wall plaster.
Find everything you need to know about coloring concrete with integral (mixed in) colors. Review the wide spectrum of colors that are used, the application process, and the benefits of integral color concrete that give it a long-lasting appeal.
Describe the application of integrally colored concrete
Explain how color affects concrete properties
Describe how concrete is integrally colored
List the finishing techniques used
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10 Multiple Choice and True/False Questions
A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion