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Environmental Technology 32-Ounce Kit Lite Pour-On, High Gloss Finish
- High Gloss 2 component polymer coating
- 1 coat equals up to 50 coats of varnish
- Require shipping of gallon envirotex in full case original cartons
- Preserves and beautifies
- Solvent free formula
- Heat and alcohol resistant
- 32-Ounce kit covers approximately 8 square feet
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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.
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The self-leveling action does not work well at all, and you need to have about 150% of the amount the box says you need for larger projects, so you can go back and pour extra on the divots that simply, for whatever unfathomable reason, will not self-level.