Can You Use An Acid Stain Color On Concrete Kitchen Countertops?
Acid stain is often used on concrete countertops to add personality and style, and to coordinate the countertops with the kitchen design.
However, some acid stains contain salts that can be toxic if eaten. Even though you may not be planning on eating your kitchen countertops (sounds a bit crunchy to us), many people (especially when they’re in a rush) make food directly on their countertops. If this is you, the potential leaching of the acid stain into food it comes in contact with is worth considering.
If you’re thinking of acid-staining your countertops, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND using a professional like Stone & Surface Specialists for the process. The surface MUST be deeply cleaned and sealed with a bespoke sealer before it is considered food-safe.
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