The first Uncle Julio’s Mexican restaurant opened its doors in Dallas in November of 1986 and has expanded to 17 restaurants in 6 states. The newest Uncle Julio’s opened in July 2013 in the heart of downtown Austin at 301 Brazos Street. Texas Bomanite was brought on to provide over 5,870 sf of custom-stained, low-maintenance and high durability concrete floors.
Texas Bomanite was brought in very early by the interior designer, GHA Architecture, and was able to fine-tune the exact desired look of the project by providing several samples of colors and stencil designs. In order to complete the antique and rustic look, Texas Bomanite used multiple colors of acid stain (specifically Bomanite Chemical Stain Auburn, Seal Brown and Ebony) and a custom antiquing and weathering process as well as stenciled a patterned braided border around the perimeter. The floor was sealed with an epoxy primer and two-part urethane sealer, Bomanite Florthane WB.
Bomanite Chemical Stains produce a mottling of color tones that are directly affected by the substrate color and porosity. Variations and inconsistencies in color are expected and are usually the reason for using this coloring technique. Bomanite Chemical Stain will not chip, crack, fade or peel, making it a perfect fit for the interior restaurant floor.
Toppings Systems -Patene Artectura by Bomanite
Bomanite Chemical Stains; Auburn, Seal Brown, Ebony
Bomanite Sealer: Bomanite Florthane WB