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All Green Endurance floors are mechanically processed to a highly reflective polish and offer three degrees of cut:

Pure - The very top layer of the concrete that is made up of the cement paste, 1/64 - 1/32 of an inch is removed from the surface with the goal to stay primarily within the Portland cement paste, resulting in little to no aggregate exposure.



Brilliance - The layer just below the cream that is made of the fine aggregate, primarily sand and very small stone of various types that lend itself to a salt and pepper look, up to 1/8 of an inch is removed from the surface. Small amounts of medium aggregate may appear at random locations.



Vision - The layer below the fine aggregate layer, made up of aggregates 1/4" and larger, 1/8 - 1/4 of an inch is removed from the surface. These aggregates may be the aggregate used in the concrete mix or decorative aggregates seeded into the surface at the time of the pour, such as recycled glass, landscaping stone, nails, nuts, bolts, sea shells, etc.



Coloring can be achieved through the use of an integral dye mixed into the concrete. Other aesthetic options would include decorative saw cuts or zinc strips, performed during the polishing process.