Can Pal Tiya Premium Be Painted?

You mean, you're not content with Pal Tiya Premium's natural 'stone' color? (sigh). 

Many folks use a "watered-down" acrylic exterior grade house paint. 

As our product is amazingly impervious to water, paints need 'a little help' to stick to the surface longer outdoors. 

'Lightly' pre-dampen your piece with a little water before applying acrylic paints. Quite a lot of them are useful for concrete products as well. If you're really keen, we recommend you buy a pot each of white, black, blue, yellow, red and a mid-tone green.

Almost any color can be mixed from these. You may even want to 'experiment' with other types of paints and coatings. We like to 'age' our sculptures by building up washes of a very diluted Sepia color, then 'sponging-away' the flatter areas (don't forget to squint a lot while doing this bit). 

You can also use acrylic concrete stains!