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Environmental Technology 16-Ounce Kit Lite Pour-On, High Gloss Finish
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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
- Preserves and beautifies
- Solvent free formula
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Envirotex lite is a reactive polymer compound. It cures to a thick, glossy coating in about 8-hour at 70-Degree f, and reaches full strength and toughness in about 72-hour. This durable, resilient material requires no polishing to produce a high gloss. One coat is all that is usually required for a deep attractive finish. However, two or more coats maybe applied one over the other by simply wiping the surface with a clean cloth and alcohol prior to recoating. Envirotex lite may be used on wood, fabric, decals, bisque, photos, paper, metal, models, painted surfaces, dried flowers, plaster, rocks, sea shells, bread dough, styrofoam, and more. Item is non-returnable.
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1. It completely seals the wood, period. Absolutely, if used correctly.
2. It provides a smooth finish for the interior and means I don't have to sand like a madman to get a nice final finish.
So I just sand interiors to about 120 grit or so, which seems to provide a good substrate for this product, and then after mixing, pour it in and rotate the vessel until it is well coated. Let it dry for a few days in my case and add flowers and water. Result: a very happy lady.
A few helpful pointers here (I have learned the hard way):
1. have all your materials ready and the workpiece in position
2. use PRECISE measurements of equal parts. Don't weigh it, measure it (as the instructions say)
3. I use disposable plastic cups like the little Dixie bathroom cups (it only takes a couple ounces for a vase, usually)
4. popsicle sticks (craft sticks, etc) make a great mixing tool and they are cheap
5. mix until your arm is tired. :-D Scrape the sides of the mixing vessel frequently
6. pour and leave it alone. other than blowing on the surface to remove bubbles, don't poke around at it. you'll be glad you didn't.
For modelers, there are a good handful of products to portray water effects. With this product, where diligence, safety, and exactness is required, the end result is something that I think you will like: A crystal clear, and super hard finish.