|Item Weight||5.05 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 6 x 8 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Countertop Epoxy - FX Poxy - UV Resistant Resin - 2 Quarts (Ultra Clear, 10 - 15 Sq Ft)
|Price:||$44.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- UV Resistant, stain resistant, and scratch resistant
- Ultra clear resin made for countertops, bartops, tables, and much more
- Quick application - use your countertops in 36 hours!
- Very durable, 5 times stronger than concrete
- Eco-friendly, food safe, non-toxic application
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FX Poxy from Countertop Epoxy is an odorless, food-safe epoxy resin specifically designed for Kitchen Countertops, Bar Tops, and many other surfaces to create an extremely thick, maintenance-free finish. This 100% solids epoxy has special polymers that make it the most UV-resistant epoxy in the industry. Clear FX Poxy is Zero VOC, making it odorless and environmentally harmless, so there is no need to wear a respirator! Cover your newly built or existing Countertops, Bar Tops or Table Tops with our professional grade solid resin epoxy for a lifetime finish. Apply FX Poxy directly over concrete, wood, MDF, Formica/laminate, ceramic, tile, granite, and virtually any other surface. 2 gallons will cover approximately 40 square feet. Not only is this product great for improving your home, but it also has many amazing other uses. Create DIY coffee tumblers or coat over your artwork to use a protective layer. There are endless project ideas that can come from using this clear, durable epoxy. Call our office with any questions, 970.639.9338
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I am currently renovating my house and was working on the bathroom. I had pulled out the old sink and thought I could save some money by applying epoxy on the old sink instead of buying a new one. If it didn;t work out i'd just buy a new sink. I followed the mixing directions exactly using 2oz of A + B, after the final mix I poured off some for accent color. Mixed in base color Black and mixed in my accent color White. After mixing I had about 45 mins to work with the epoxy before it started to harden. This was enough time to pour and spread my Black base over the sink then add my White Veins to the sink. I used another 2oz to add more Black Base and White Veins. After it all dried up for 24hours there was some unevenness and bubbles I had missed on the sink. So i added another quart of Clear Epoxy all over the sink to smooth it out and shine it up. It turned out beautiful check out the photo and my youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dI--kqEtbvM.
The problem is that when you mix the 2 part epoxy, you're going to be forcing a ton of air bubbles to form, and when you pour the solution, the bubbles remain. Quick heat with something like a butane torch will cause the bubbles to expand and burst, then the epoxy to lay flat. You need to apply the right heat from the right distance to pop the existing bubbles, but not cause boiling of any water that may be trapped (in my case in the wood), and need to watch out for scorching as the product becomes more solid.
With proper technique, you will get professional results. Do your homework and make sure you have a heat source ready to go ahead of time.
Cure time was ~48 hours, graduated mixing cups are highly recommended in my opinion, make sure you get the size appropriate for your project.
I'd also recommend using PTFE tape or something similar to reseal these containers for future use after opened.
The manufacturer could do a much better job with instructions. There was no mention of need for a heat gun in the directions. There was no mention of any visual cues that something might or might not be working in the mixing process. This is epoxy for people who use epoxy regularly. This is not a brand that is for hobbyist or first timers.
1) Make sure you order enough. We need a second coat on our table; it is 12.5 sq ft with ungrouted pennies, and two quarts wasn't quite enough for a glass-like, smooth finish. I had a feeling that we would be cutting it close, so I had already ordered a second 2 quart kit. If we had grouted the pennies, it probably would have been enough.
2) Make sure your torch has plenty of fuel! Our torch ran out of fuel in the process, and we didn't have time to get another one. So, we do have a few small bubbles, but at least no cloudiness. I am still very happy with it!
3) I'll say it again - follow the directions exactly, especially in regards to temperature. Don't so this if it is not warm enough!!
The one thing the company could improve upon is making the instructions online more printer-friendly.