I started my project back on May 23rd 2018. And I have to say that Dyebrick truly is amazing stuff. It takes a bit to get the hang of it if like me you are starting with fresh concrete.. but wow the difference. And yes you can double coat in order to vary the pattern. This does take time but the rewards are worth it!
My wife didn’t like the color of our house so I searched for a product I could use that didn’t require painting the house. I found this brick dye and it was amazing!! It had easy to read instructions, and was easy to mix and use. I would recommend practicing a bit with the product prior to adding in the fixing agent so you can get the hang of using it and can clean it off. It’s easy to use but if you aren’t used to using a stain like product on a vertical surface you’ll want to try it out first before making it permanent. However, once you get the hang of it you can add the agent and get rolling. Note: Make sure you keep the dye mixed as you use it to keep the color the same throughout the project. This was totally worth the time and effort. Now we have a completely different house on the outside without spending thousands of dollars. This product is amazing and I’ve already recommended it to other people I know.
It's a little belated as I did the project in 2016, but I thought I'd share our home makeover. We used Old English Red + Tudor Brown, diluted to 1/3 strength (although I went over some bricks more than once to help with getting a variegated finish). It's nice having the prettiest house on our street now!
This is our 1980s house before using Dyebrick stain. I will send the "After" photo in a separate email. We wanted to update the appearance of the brick by making it darker and more uniform. The product was great, easy to use and the customer service was remarkable. Thank you Dyebrick! Keep up the awesome work!! Don and Connie Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
THANK YOU! I bought a fixer upper that had a terrible case of efflorescence on the chimney. I was a bit wary that dye would be able to cover how extensive the efflorescence was, but everything else I had tried (muriatic acid) didn't work. Nine months later, I still love the results!