- ✔ Deep Pour 2" Thick For River Tables, Live Edges, Casting & Embedding Applications
- ✔ Colored Epoxy Compatible, Mixes Well With Mica Pigment Powders Or Cures Crystal Clear
- ✔ Low Exotherm & Low Viscosity, Long Working Times, Minimal Shrinkage
- ✔ 1 Gallon Resin + 1/2 Gallon Curing Agent = 1.5 Gallon KIT
- ✔ MADE IN USA With Added UV Inhibitors To Help Resist Yellowing
About Incredible Solutions
Working with epoxy resin, especially for first timers, can leave many users asking a myriad of questions. At Incredible Solutions we pride ourselves not only on a superior product but dedicated and competent technical support. Whether this is your first resin art project or you are a seasoned epoxy pro, we have a quality product to offer. We provide detailed Instructions For Use with every kit as well as encourage users to reach out and ask questions specifically relating to their project. We are here to help!
Crystal Clear Finish
High gloss, ultra clear finish makes our Pourable Plastic Epoxy Resin perfect for River Tables, Live Edge Tables, Jewelry, Figurine, and other Castings. However, epoxy is not flexible. River tables must be supported to prevent flexing which could cause cracking.
*Do not pour over oil-based paint or stain.
Common Question: My project is painted or stained with an oil based product, what can I do?
A: You can apply a water based clear coat (must be water based). Once the water based clear coat has fully cured, you can apply the epoxy. If the clear coat leaves a shine/gloss you may want to scuff the surface to ensure the epoxy properly sticks. We recommend using 320 grit sandpaper. If you do sand, be sure to thoroughly clean the surface prior to applying the epoxy. We recommend using Isopropyl Alcohol 99% (be sure it is 99%) to clean.
Although most epoxies will yellow over time, some resist yellowing caused by exposure to ultraviolet light better than others. Our epoxy contains UV Inhibitors which helps to resist yellowing. *Although our epoxy is UV resistant, which resists yellowing, we do not recommend leaving finished projects in direct sunlight or for permanent outdoor applications.
Common Question: Can I use this on a table that will be outside on a covered patio?
A: It is possible to leave the epoxy outdoors if not exposed to direct UV exposure. If the epoxy is exposed to direct UV, the epoxy can yellow. This will be more noticeable on white or lightly colored substrates/surface. We recommend exercising caution when considering use over white or light-colored surfaces.
It is also important to consider temperature fluctuations. Materials such as metal and glass can expand and contract at a different rate from the epoxy. This could cause glass to crack or the epoxy to peel away from a metal surface.
Deep Pour 2" Thick
Many coating epoxies require thin pours of no more than 1/8-1/4 Inch per application. Our Pourable Plastic Deep Pour is capable of pours up to 2 Inches Thick. This is a very slow curing product allowing for longer work times and low heat exotherm. Be sure curing products are kept in a clean, dry, dust-free environment.
Common Question: Does your epoxy require specific temperature environment to mix/pour epoxy?
A: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 75°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. It is important you keep your project in this environment throughout the entire curing process. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface so that it can flow and self-level properly.
Colored Epoxy Compatible
How To Color Epoxy: Our epoxy mixes well with mica pigment powders for colored epoxy applications. River tables, resin art canvas and more may require tinted epoxy. Epoxy is not meant to be mixed with or poured over oil-based products. Do not pour over oil-based paint or stain.
Common Question: What type of pigment or dye should I use with this epoxy.
A: We do not recommend mixing epoxy with paint or anything oil based. Many of our customers use mica pigment powders. Mica pigment powders come in many different colors, glitters, metallics, and even glow in the dark.
Common Question: How Much Pigment Powder Should I Use?
A: This is a subjective answer as it depends on the certain hue and level of opacity desired. We suggest starting with a very small amount and adding more until the desired color is achieved. We also always suggest testing a small scrap piece of material to understand how the epoxy will flow and how the color will cure in the epoxy.
2 : 1 By Volume Mixture. TWO PARTS Base Resin, ONE PART Curing Agent by VOLUME.
Perfect For A Variety Of Projects
Some of the most common uses for our epoxy are outlined below. Customers are continually exploring new applications for epoxy. When in doubt, reach out to our technical support to assess the suitability of product for particular projects.
- Penny Table Top
- Bottle Cap Project
- Encapsulation Projects
- River Tables
- Live Edges
- Fake & Faux Water
Easy To Use 2:1 By Volume Mixture
Accurate Ratio & Proper Mixing Are Paramount To Successful Pours
Impact Resistant & Superior Air Release
Popular uses include river tables, embedding pictures or embedding solid objects into a desired surface, casting figurines, jewelry making and more. Because this is a thick pour epoxy resin, it cures very slowly. Cure times can be 36-48 hours depending on temperature, which is quite a bit longer compared to a coating epoxy like our Table Top & Bar Top Epoxy.
Family Owned Business, Made In USA
- Blemish Resistant
- Water Resistant
- Slow Curing
- 100% SOLIDS
- Low Odor
- ZERO VOC
VARIETY OF APPLICATIONS
For Uses On
Low Oder, Zero VOC, Low Heat
Incredible Solutions Table Top Epoxy is proudly MADE IN THE USA.
Knowledgable Technical Support helps plan and troubleshoot even the most complicated projects.
|Item Weight||14.3 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||12.71 x 12.17 x 6.81 inches|
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