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Environmental Technology 32-Ounce Kit Lite Pour-On, High Gloss Finish
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- 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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When using, it is very important to mix EXACTLY equal parts of the resin & the hardener. You cannot just dump the two bottles together & expect it to work correctly. It is worth spending a few dollars to get plastic mixing cups with printed measurements on the side (they can even be reused - just let any remaining epoxy dry for a few days & then peel out). Also, be sure to do double mixing (mix in one container for 2 minutes as directed, and then dump into a 2nd container an mix for an additional 2 minutes).
The only issue that I have had with this product was from letting it sit in the mixing cup for too long before pouring. After researching online, I found that you are better off dumping the product out onto whatever surface you are covering, and then go back and spread it out with a wooden or plastic putty knife. The resin & hardener start a chemical reaction when combined, and the smaller the container, the faster the reaction. When I left the epoxy in the mixing cup too long (trying to cover coasters 1 at a time) it got the consistency of cottage cheese and had to be thrown away. The next attempt, I poured a few tablespoons onto the center of each coaster, and then went back and spread the epoxy. You have about 15 minutes to work with the epoxy before it starts to set up, as long as you get it out of the mixing container immediately.
The recommended surface area seems accurate, but assumes a pour depth of approximately 1/8". When pouring my counter top, it had pennies underneath, and the pour depth in between the pennies was about 1/4". This required a brushed on coat (seal coat), and then a poured on coat (flood coat) 5 hours later. The epoxy hardened correctly, and I didn't have any issues.
For smaller projects, using a straw to blow on the bubbles will work to pop them. However, with a larger project you will need a blow torch or BBQ lighter. Also, be sure you are working in a totally clean room (this stuff is a magnet for dog & people hair for the first 24 hours) and wipe any drips off with a foam paint brush before the product starts to harden. It will take 24 hours to get past the tacky phase, and at least 72 hours to fully cure. Also, the temp of the room must be regulated between 65-75 degrees Fahrenheit.
There are TONS of videos online. This is a great product, as long as you follow the instructions EXACTLY. Do not eyeball your measurements, temp, etc.