Pavers are used for walkways, patios and driveways. Pavers are made from many different materials, but concrete is a favorite because of its durability. Untreated concrete has a dull, gray color, but you can easily spruce it up with paint. It is important to first properly prepare the surface before painting your pavers, and after painting you should protect them with a sealant.

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Step 1

Brush away any dirt or sand with a broom.

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Step 2

Pour some household dish washing detergent into a bucket of water. Pour the solution on your pavers. Allow the solution to sit for 15 minutes. Scrub the solution into the pavers with a broom.

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Step 3

Rinse off your pavers with a garden hose. Sweep off any puddles with a broom. Allow your concrete pavers to dry overnight.

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Step 4

Apply a coat of concrete primer with a paint roller. Allow your pavers to dry completely.

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Step 5

Apply a layer of acrylic cement paint with a paint roller. Allow the paint to dry for the time recommended on the paint label. Apply a second coat of paint and let it dry.

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Step 6

Apply at least two layers of concrete sealant, with the recommended drying time between coats.