Concrete is often used in residential areas. The most common is a decorative concrete. A decorative concrete is poured concrete that is designed or ornamented through a special process. There are few processes used in decorative concrete: stamping, printing, etching, dying, and acid staining. They are commonly used in patios, pool decks, walkways, and other architectural surfaces. Decorative concrete can be made based on your specifications and can choose in different styles like rock, brick, and tile. It is also creates an attractive look and will last for a long time. Sometimes, as times passes, concrete can crack, create surface discoloration and imperfections since concrete are a porous material that absorbs moisture. Decorative concrete is a good quality form of concrete material around but sometimes it can backfire. The solution to this type of problem is concrete resurfacing. Concrete resurfacing can be easy or sometimes complicated, depending on the condition of the concrete. As for the decorative concrete, it is a process used to repair or restore the surface to look like almost new or better than new. Decorative resurfacing is used to restore the natural concrete finish to damaged concrete surfaces and using decorative methods such as stencil patterns and etching is applied after.