At Butterfield Color, we place a strong emphasis on training and demonstration of the correct use of our products. We provide our customers with the resources needed to plan their projects and the educational tools needed to help ensure that they achieve the highest quality results possible.
For your convenience, we have a list of links below that will help you navigate to educational videos on a variety of our products.
This step by step instructional footage demonstrates the important steps of staining with Elements™ water based stain. Includes preparation of the concrete surface, using CHO™ cleaner, neutralizing, staining, sealing, and waxing stained concrete.
The Perma-Cast® Sierra Stain instructional video includes an in-depth demonstration of surface preparation, creating decorative saw cuts, application techniques, neutralizing, rinsing, sealing and waxing.
This video of the stamping process gives a brief explanation and demonstration of the use of Uni-Mix® Integral Concrete Colorant, Perma-Cast® Shake-on Color Hardener and Perma-Cast® Antiquing Release with Butterfield Color stamping tools. The video touches on use of admixtures, proper slump, finishing techniques, reinforcement, alignment of stamps, tamping, use of flexes, chisels and texture skins and cutting of control joints.
This instructional video focuses on using the T1000™ Fine Overlay in a decorative application. The video provides a brief overview on each phase of the overlay process including surface preparation, mixing, coloring, using stencils, troweling a base coat and spraying a final coat.
Concrete Network demonstrates our award winning Cut Stone Step Form Liners. This short video clip gives the basics on one method of framing and pouring with our step liners. The liners are used to create a natural cut stone edge to concrete steps, patio perimeters and other pre-cast items.
This instructional video provides an overview of the steps for creating a countertop with Flat Out® Countertop Mix. These steps include gathering the tools and materials needed for pouring a countertop, as well as measuring and mixing the Flat Out® mix with the Flat Out® Polymer. It briefly covers various methods of creating molds with different base materials and the resulting finishes along with pouring of mixed material and set times followed by stripping the mold and flipping the piece.
Concreteconstruction.net filmed a brief overview of our Flat Out® Countertop Mix at the 2010 World of Concrete. This short clip touches on some of the application techniques while promoting the endless potential of this revolutionary countertop mix.