Epoxy Resin - One Gallon Kit
Epoxy Resin - One Gallon Kit

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Epoxy Resin - One Gallon Kit

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Looking for a professional super high gloss finish?  Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin, General Use, Professional-Grade, Bar & Wood Tabletop, Coating, Castings, Crafts, Jewelry, Artwork.

This product cures very hard and displays good air release with superior chemical and water resistance.  The completed product will be very rigid, smooth, clear, and display a brilliant high gloss finish similar to glass.  Simple to use at a 1:1 mix ratio (By Volume) (Example 1 cup to 1 cup).

Our Epoxy Resin is 100% made in the United States of America

Please Note: This kit is 1 gallon total. The Resin weighs 4.10lbs. Pounds and the Hardener weighs 3.15 pounds. Simple to use at a 1:1 mix ratio (By Volume) (Example 1 cup to 1 cup).

Features: 

Mix Ratio...............1:1 by volume
Work time ..............45-50 minutes (200gram mass)
Hardness....................D78
Mixed Viscosity..........1200cps.
Chemical Resistance.......excellent
Moisture Resistance........excellent
Product weight..............8 pounds
FDA Compliant / Food grade: Yes, in its inert fully cured state
Approximate Coverage: 12 square ft per gallon at 1/8 inch thickness
Heat resistance:  up to 165 degrees Fahrenheit (please don't leave hot pans on it)

Curing
This product provides a quick cure and property development at ambient and low temperatures without accelerators and allows for a prompt return to service. The typical pot-life on this item is roughly 45-50 minutes based on mass and temperature. Thin-film set time (3mil. film) is roughly 5 hours at 78F. Fast cure and green time while exhibiting low exothermic temperatures (120C.) makes this product ideal for all applications. The full cure is 24 hours at normal conditions.

Mixing Instructions- Easy mix 1:1 by volume, equal parts of each component.

IMPORTANT: Quick Guide: Easy mix 1:1 by volume, equal parts of each component. Pour Part B Hardener FIRST into a mixing cup and Part A Resin Second. Scrape the corners, sides, and bottom of the containers frequently while mixing. Hand Stir with mixing stick for about 3-5 minutes until mixture is free and clear of all striations. When pouring onto your project, use what flows out (no longer a need to scrape the sides) to avoid unmixed product onto your project. Also, lifting the mixing stick while mixing can excessively whip the product and will add a tremendous amount of air bubbles that are difficult to remove.

Allow the mixed products (Part A & B) to stand in your mixed cup for at least 5 minutes. This allows for bubbles to rise to the surface. Small castings and potting units may take longer to cure than larger items.

Clean containers with mild soap and water.

Improperly mixed epoxy can create a major mess. Thermoset plastics are temperature sensitive. Cold weather slows the curing process down, whereas heat speeds curing up. Ideally, the products should be mixed at room temperature. For best results, pour Epoxy into Hardener. Pour along the side of the container to help alleviate air entrapment.

The product should be put away in a dry, safe, temperature-controlled condition. Always keep the lids tightly sealed when not in use. Keep in mind, oxygen and moisture oxidize and can quickly corrupt the epoxy and Hardener. Always keep the bottles sealed when not in use.

While applying this product, use gloves, goggles, and proper safety equipment. Please refer to the safety data sheet before using any of our epoxy products.

SHIPPING: We ship the same day of your purchase if the purchase is completed by 5:00 pm Eastern Time by USPS Priority and will forward all tracking information once your item has shipped.  Please be advised that our normal business hours are Monday through Friday. 

RETURNS: Our goal is to provide quality products and keep our customers happy. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will issue you a full refund. We do ask that the buyer pays for return shipping.

Beginners Notes: This product will produce professional results when applied correctly. Take your time to review some of these common problems that first-time users can encounter.

What You Need:
Safety Gloves – Epoxy is very sticky.
Graduated Mixing Cups – Accurate measurement is extremely important to achieve optimum cured properties.
Clean Stir Sticks – Dirty sticks can cause contamination of the epoxy.
Rubber Squeegees – These spreaders will not leave air bubbles behind as brushes can.
Brushes – Foam or nylon brushes which do not lose bristles
Solvent – Denatured alcohol or acetone for cleanup and wiping
Propane Torch, Heat Gun or Hair Drier – Used by sweeping the heat or flame across the surface of the uncured epoxy to release trapped air bubbles
Drop Cloths – Should be used to avoid spills on flooring surfaces

Warning: May cause irritation of the skin or eyes. May cause an allergic reaction. Please consult directions for proper handling and safety precautions.

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