So how does it look!
These effects can be applied to pretty much any concrete surface, indoors, out doors, pools, etc. The acid used in the stain, cuts away into the concrete and the stain reacts with the components of the concrete to produce a hard wearing, indelible, coloration. This color doesn't wear or falter with sunlight, water or any of the usual issues.
When various layers of staining are used, you can produce the deep color effects seen above, which will match any finish you can find from wood or laminated flooring.
Acid staining has become significantly more popular due to the fact that it can be applied to concrete which is already in situ, as well as when a new floor has been layed. The fact that it is post "curing" (i.e. when the concrete has gone hard), makes it perfect for DIYers, and contractors alike.
Below I have attached a video showing how you can spray a floor with a "cheap bug sprayer", to achieve fantastic results.
So how do you spray a floor with a bug sprayer?
What colors are available?
Kemiko are one of the biggest suppliers of acid stain. Acid stains generally come in a limited number of colors, and Kemiko have one of the largest ranges.