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White brick house that we turn red. This white brick has a good design and we let some small areas in every brick without color to make a natural look.
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Saturday, November 7th, 2015 – Uh, wow! I haven't looked at my YouTube page in years and to find this video has 45,000+ views is rather astonishing. One commenter said they learned nothing, so I guess I better put up some info about this. No, I did not paint the grout, just the brick. The bricks were power washed first. Then I bought a cheap bristle brush and two containers of concrete stain, one tinted and one untinted. I don't recall how much stain was needed to cover this specific surface area. The color of stain I purchased was English Brick, bought from Home Depot. I diluted some of the colored stain with the untinted base for a lighter color, then painted the first few bricks. Then painted the rest of the bricks with the 100% stain. Some bricks were painted twice at 100% to give a range of color depth. It took about 1 minute to paint each brick, so it is time intensive. But the final product looks great. I do recall this specific wall took a good 6-7 hours to paint. Hope this helps. I had no idea anyone was actually watching this. :-)