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FAMOWOOD® GLAZE COAT CLEAR EPOXY GALLON KIT

4.5 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews
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  • Pour-on epoxy coating
  • High gloss clear finish
  • One pour equals 60 coats of varnish
  • Versatile enough to use on most surfaces
  • 1:1 ratio is easy to use
  • Clear, high gloss, pour-on epoxy coating
  • Easy to use 1:1 ratio is ideal for household and craft projects
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Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.5 x 7.5 x 9.2 inches
Shipping Weight 9.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Item model number 5050110
ASIN B000M2SWNS
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4.5 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,213 in arts-crafts
#6 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Craft Supplies > Paper & Paper Crafts > Paper > Parchment
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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FAMOWOOD® Glaze Coat is a pour-on epoxy coating. This ultra-clear, high-gloss finishing epoxy is ideal for home improvement and craft projects. Just one coat equals 60 coats of varnish. Glaze Coat is great for coating tables, bar tops, preserving pictures and photographs or imbedding items such as coins or rocks.

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I make a lot of clocks and other wood projects including coffins, coffee and end tables, signs etc. I've used this product on well over 100 projects. I am extremely happy with it. BUT, to make it turn out right you need to follow the directions exactly. You should start out with a couple of small projects and plan on a little waste. It is designed to be poured on and let the excess drip off. After smoothing it out and removing the bubbles (I recommend a product called "Eat a Bubble". It works great) cover your project completely to prevent dust from getting on it. Let it sit for about 12 hours without removing the dust cover. Then sand off the drips that have dried. Be sure to wear rubber gloves and old clothes because it can get messy until you get the hang of it. Your success will depend on how well you mix it. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS!!!
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Horrific is all i can say. If you are 100% sure you want a epoxy use ultra clear epoxy not this. I am adding pictures of a bar that was made and you can see how the epoxy is lifting off the wood. The customer service at famowood was exceptionally nice but offered no help, thank fully the local store refunded me my money for the epoxy but i still ate the lumber cost. This is not the first time i have used epoxy, I have used it countless times never have i had a issue like this.
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I actually bought this product through Lowes because I needed it the same day, but just wanted to add my 2 cents after reading some of the reviews. This was the first time I used it on a bartop approximate 9ft by 1 1/2ft.

First , read the instructions, and then reread the instructions. Product must be same temp and the area you are working in, so between 70 & 80 degrees. Proportions of the mix must be one to one. Room temp must be between 70 & 80 degrees. Surface you are working on must be level.

Make sure to make more than you think you need, I had to scramble to make a second batch because the first batch didn't cover the entire bar, I was able to do this before the first batch set so there was no issue. After you have applied liberally smooth out, but do not touch again after 25 - 30 mins until it has set 12-15 hrs later. I used a heat gun to get the bubbles out after about 45 mins and it worked great.

After it set it looked great, I didn't use a dust cover so there are a few tiny particles on the bar top but nothing noticeable.

Follow the directions and this is a great product!!
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I haven't read all reviews, but from what I've read, I see little mention of the importance of the the temperature of the mixture. I took the risk of using this product to coat a 20 sq ft baseball card table with 5 quarts of glaze coat. I was worried that the product wouldn't cure, so I spent some time talking to Eclectic customer service. I think the key message was that you should take the temperature of the mixture as you do the second mix. With an infrared thermometer (like we use for kids), you will see the mixture go up from mid seventies to mid eighties over the first 5-6 minutes of mixing. Around 6 minutes, it suddenly shoots up to over 90 degrees. I was told that it MUST get to over 88 degrees and that once it goes over 88 start pouring it on. I suspect that this might be the cause of some of the issues with not curing. It worked really well for me. It truly has a glass-like finish. - Bill B.
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I purchased mine trough Menards. I was a little scared of doing it, because it could ruin your entire project. Fortunately it came out great, better than I expected. Was easy to use. Just follow instructions inside box, no short cuts. Make sure edging is sealed so air bubbles will be minimum . Torch will take care of most bubbles. I used clear silicon to seal edges. Picture included. One more thing; make sure you have two buckets, mixing stick and plastic putty knife
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This is a great product. I also had an experience Identical to woodzy, but it was clearly my fault. I didn't make enough to do the job and was very late in getting a second batch ready. Had I calculated a little and not worried so much about the cost of the product I would have been much better off. I work with expensive wood and was able to recover the piece a week later once it cured to a point where I could take off the product with very low grit sanding tools.
I've learned a few things; 1) This is very important! use a good quality heat gun AND NOT A TORCH! The Milwaukee heat gun works great and you won't be practicing your 911 dialing skills for getting the firehouse to visit your workshop ;-) 2) use this product during warm months, or get the temp way up in your work space. Full cure time can triple during winter. 3) don't skimp, if you make too much, have a small project going that you can use the waste product on. You'll eventually get the amounts right, with practice. 4) and most importantly if you're working in a small shop, have a clean up plan before mixing. I line my project area with taped together newspaper (see picture), because if you're not liberal on your edges you'll be mixing more in a few days for the same project, meaning your going to have lots of dripping. 4) belt sand the "driplets" once your project is cured, I start at 80 grit on my belt sander and work up to 320, take your time, rushing will have you mixing again. One other thing I've discovered, after about a week of curing, I paste wax my tops, it really seems to add even more to the luster and perceived depth of the coat.
If you've had good results with the product, you know what I'm talking about.
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