Concrete Chemicals of California has been making liquid colors for decades. We first started making LiquiBlack, a carbon-based dispersion, 65 years ago. Contractors use it in concrete, plaster, grout, mortar, or any cementitious material. Pool plasterers use it as a darkening pigment for their pool projects. It will produce grays, or a full dark black that is often combined with pebble surfaces.
LiquiBlue has been used by pool plasterers since the 1990s. It is an organic blue almost always used in pool plaster as it requires white cement. Plasterers say our LiquiBlue maintains color and consistency and endures longer than competitor brands. It is often used for plaster pools without aggregate finishes, but many plasterers mix it with pebble and other aggregates as well.
Liquiblack is an industry-leading carbon black pigment. While it is used widely in concrete, pool plasterers and other contractors also use it as a black pigment for a wide variety of projects.
LiquiBlack is popular among pool plasterers, who use it to darken swimming pool interior surfaces to achieve colors ranging from light grey to black, or to darken other colors when mixed with various hues to create intense shades. It can be used in plaster-only pool surfaces but is often used with pebble and many other types of aggregates. It is capable of achieving extremely dark, or evenly an entirely black color depending on the amount applied.
Obsidian is a liquid black pigment, over 95% of pigment ingredients being inorganic, used in pool plaster and other applications. More permanent or long lasting, it is used as a darkening agent to achieve light grays to darker grays or may be used to create tones with other color hues.
With 97% of the pigment being inorganic, French Grey is more permanent and long lasting, creating light grays to darker grays depending on amount used. It may also be used to create tones with other color hues.
Liquid colors may be ordered by the case in any quantity of cases.