Butterfield Perma-Cast Shake On Color Hardener



This digital color card should be used as a general guide, not a definitive indicator of final color. Shades and hues can vary depending on screen settings. When planning a project, consult a physical color card for a better indication of potential color. Create a representative mockup before any project to better account for the effects of conditions, material, and techniques that may alter the final appearance or color.

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Butterfield Shake Hardner
Arena Buff Arena Buff Blue Stone Blue Stone Bone Bone Brick Red Brick Red Cape Cod Gray Cape Cod Grey Chestnut Chestnut Colina Tan Colina Tan Coral Gables Pink Coral Gables Pink Dark Red Dark Red Deep Charcoal Deep Charcoal French Cream French Cream Ginkgo Ginkgo Gray Linen Gray Linen Gray Plum Gray Plum Juniper Juniper Nantucket White Nantucket White Russet Russet Slate Gray Slate Gray Smoke Smoke Storm Gray Storm Gray Terra Cotta Terra Cotta Travertine Travertine Walnut Walnut Wheat Wheat
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Packaged in durable, easily manageable 50 pound square pails. Allows for approximately 100 sq. ft. of coverage for dark colors and 80 sq. ft. for light colors. Contains water-reducing, dispersing agents to ease finishing by reducing surface tearing which reduces the required manpower and amount of finishing time. Standard colors include wider variety of bright vibrant colors achieved with standard gray concrete. Creates an extremely dense surface that is resistant to foot and vehicular traffic, and extreme weather.

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Weight 50 lbs
Butterfield Shake Hardner

Arena Buff, Blue Stone, Bone, Brick Red, Cape Cod Gray, Chestnut, Colina Tan, Coral Gables Pink, Dark Red, Deep Charcoal, French Cream, Ginkgo, Gray Linen, Gray Plum, Juniper, Nantucket White, Russet, Slate Gray, Smoke, Storm Gray, Terra Cotta, Travertine, Walnut, Wheat


5 lb mini pack, 50 lb


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