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Clear Table Top Epoxy Resin That Self Levels, This is a 1 Gallon High Gloss (0.5 Gallon Resin + 0.5 Gallon Hardener) Kit That’s UV Resistant – It’s…

Clear Table Top Epoxy Resin That Self Levels, This is a 1 Gallon High Gloss (0.5 Gallon Resin + 0.5 Gallon Hardener) Kit That’s UV Resistant – It’s…


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  • 💎 PREMIUM CRYSTAL CLEAR EPOXY- Designed for Table Tops, Bars, Wood finishes, See-Through Encapsulations, Art work, only limited by your imagination. Our custom Epoxy formulation allows for minimal bubbles, goes on smooth, helps eliminate fish eyes, craters and various other imperfections. We only offer the best because that is what we use!
  • ⭐ USA MANUFACTURED- It is Safe once fully and properly cured, Low odor because we proudly manufacture here so you can rest assured you are getting the very best product produced!
  • 💦 EASY 1:1 MIXTURE: Imagine spending hours gathering your materials and spending your money just to have it all wasted because of Epoxy resin that doesn’t Level, is full of bubbles or starts turning yellow. REST ASSURED we’ve already done all the guess work for you. It’s High Gloss, U.V. Resistant, self leveling, the world is your canvas!
  • 💪 ROCK HARD VERSATILITY – We ONLY Produce a Tough, High Gloss, Water Resistant Coating so you know when it counts, we have your back!
  • 🎯 TEST OF TIME – So many options, hard to decide, we have very knowledgeable customer support staff standing by to support you on your journey! Let us earn your business. So that you know if you’re stuck, we are right here to help coach you along. If this is your first time or a pro we can help with bar tops, tabletops, river tables, jewelry, coffee tables, countertops, serving trays…The list goes on we have pretty much seen it all.

Specification: Clear Table Top Epoxy Resin That Self Levels, This is a 1 Gallon High Gloss (0.5 Gallon Resin + 0.5 Gallon Hardener) Kit That’s UV Resistant – It’s…

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Product Dimensions

10 x 10 x 5 inches, 9.08 Pounds

Item model number


Date First Available

March 20, 2012


Pro Marine Supplies Inc.

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13 reviews for Clear Table Top Epoxy Resin That Self Levels, This is a 1 Gallon High Gloss (0.5 Gallon Resin + 0.5 Gallon Hardener) Kit That’s UV Resistant – It’s…

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  1. deiramenaid1120

    Ordered from them many times but after I received a bad batch company refused to replace product despite having filmed and documented the entire mixing process. Pro Marine removed me from their Facebook page when other users were coming forward with similar issue. I cannot afford to chance bad product on my work with a company that cannot back up their product. Will not be purchasing from them again.

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  2. deiramenaid1120

    I used this epoxy to cover an 11sq.ft. table filled with approx. 1300 bottle caps. I thoroughly read all instructions, and mixed what I thought was the right amount of product for a seal coat. Turns out I was completely wrong, and once I starting pouring and realized I didn’t have enough, I panicked and started eyeballing multiple other batches and mixing rather vigorously and probably not for long enough. I thought for sure I ruined my project. Well, after my horrendous attempt at following the directions meticulously, turns out that my project cured as hard as a rock within the 10 hrs.
    Next mistake i made: I only bought one of these kits when I needed 2 to completely cover all the bottle caps. I quickly ordered another kit and It was at my door in 2 days (clearly outside of the 10 hour re-coating window). Because at this point I am just throwing caution to wind, I mix both jugs together in their entirety (for like 20 min though) and did one enormous coat. I did not sand or prep the table in any way between the first batch and the second batch 2 days later.
    Well, my project turned out perfectly smooth, crystal clear, rock hard, with very very few bubbles that no one would ever notice unless they were staring at my table with their face less and 6 inches away from it looking for specifically for flaws. I don’t anticipate my guests doing this.
    I am thrilled with the results, and I don’t want all these reviews about “following the directions to a T” scare any beginner epoxiers away.

    Note: I am NOT recommending you proceed with this product in the same manner I did. Definitely try to follow the directions. I just wanted to provide some insight on my experience that was apparently drastically different than some other reviewers.

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  3. eric9000

    I have never used, or worked with epoxy. I decided to give this a shot after doing a lot of research, and watching videos on how to apply epoxy (I was looking to refinish my bathroom vanity). When choosing the epoxy, I read alot of the reviews. I settled on this one, and I am glad I did! It turned out beautiful- and I would like to describe my process to give guidance to others.
    1- The below supplies are what I obtained for the epoxy countertop- ALL of which I got at the dollar store!
    – latex gloves
    – 1 cup plastic measuring cup (x2)
    – 2L food storage container (the ones for watermelon slices with the lid, but didn’t use the lid)
    – 2″ paint brush
    – 9’x12′ plastic drop sheet (x2)
    – sandpaper(100grit)
    – masking tape
    – paint mixing stick
    After sanding, cleaning the countertop and repainting it (regular white paint) and letting it completely dry overnight- I taped my plastic drop sheet first to the floor, up the side of the vanity, and then took the other drop sheet, and taped it under the counter and let it drape to the floor over the other drop sheet. Make sure you have ALL your supplies on hand before starting, including paper towels. Here comes the mixing of the epoxy (make sure you wear gloves!). To start, the instructions on the bottles are NOT ideal. They give pictures with a couple words. Thank goodness I watched many many videos about the mixing process first! I carefully measured out 2 cups of Part A (it is thick, like molasses) and poured it in the 2L plastic container, I used a wooden paint stick to scrap out the bottom of the measuring cup to ensure I got all of it. I then measured out 2 cups of the Part B (it is runny, like paint) and poured it in the 2L container with Part A. I mixed- by hand- using the wooden paint stick and I timed myself. I thoroughly mixed for 6 minutes, scraping the sides of the container and making sure it was completely and fully mixed together. It started as a milky mixture, but as I stirred it became clear. PLEASE- take your time! This is the important step, mix and mix and mix for at least 5 minutes. I then used the paintbrush to paint on a base coat, like I would if I were painting it. Get the edges and all around. Then I gently poured the remaining mix all over the surface, and brushed it to spread out evenly. The mix actually self levels very well, but you should still move extra around. I did not use all the liquid in my container, all in all it should only be about 1/4″ thick, like a thick coating on the surface. I then used my hairdryer to pop the air bubbles that formed (kept hairdryer about 3″ from surface). I scraped the excess that dripped over the edges. I ran the bathroom fan, and let the drying begin (the smell is not too potent, but it smells like wet towels left out for a few days- dingy). The next morning it was dry to the touch. I was super happy, BUT the container does say to let it dry for 72 hours- so I did. Afterwards I installed the backsplash, sink and faucets. It is smooth to the touch, even except for 1 tiny little spot when there was an air bubble that popped afterwards and made a minute divet (behind the sink) but just goes to show- do not rush the process. I also found a tiny little hair that must have fallen in, but only noticeable if you are up close to it. Needless to say- the things I am most unhappy with are my error- not the product. It is tough as sh%t too, as I had to drill the faucet hole a little larger, and some spilled over the existing hole and it took a while to drill through the epoxy layer!
    All in all, I am very very happy. It was very easy to use, and if you mix the portions equally and thoroughly, you should have no issues.

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  4. eric9000

    Level your project on a waist-high surface with blocks under, project should not have and holes or gaps. Mix epoxy at a 1/1 ratio, be extra carefull about this. Stir well for 5-10 min, but dont whip, should turn completely clear like water, bubbles are okay. Pour evenly back and forth. Spread entire top quickly with a notched plastic 4″ putty spreader, I made my own triangle notches with scissors. Use the container to catch edge drips. Use a nylon brush for the sides. Light a butane torch and move quickly popping the bubbles, not too close. Repeat this every 10 mins for 1 hour. Scrape epoxy from under edges and apply to any areas that may lose some from leveling. Let dry 12-16 hours. It will be crystal clear like water and hard like nail polish. Looks professional. Remember, MIX as PERFECT as you can 1/1, and stir very very well. My only complaint is that its over priced and not a lot of room for error.

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  5. Amber

    This product was easy to use and had very little odor. I used it as a final finish on my art projects and also with my resin art. Clear and hard finish.

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  6. Scrappygirl

    You can see it’s yellow before your even pour it. I have used other resins and they at least start out clear. Yes, most resins turn yellow over time with exposure to sun, but this was yellow right out of the gate. If you are using it for wood i’m sure it won’t be a problem, but if you are using it for a clear project, try something else.

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  7. Scrappygirl

    This is a beautiful resin, in that it hardens crystal clear, applies to surfaces beautifully. And mixes easily. There isn’t a strong scent, that I’ve noticed. But I work near a fan regardless. The bubbles rise fairly quickly, however, if you are using this for closed-in molds, you might want to consider a pressure chamber, or a vibration plate to help get the bubbles out. It’s curing time is exactly as the instructions state. I’ve noticed that, if I’m doing a closed mold, I want to basically mix and pour IMMEDIATELY, to give the bubbles more time to escape. If you’re doing open molds, or table top surfaces, then you have a bit more time to work with it. It does get quite hot during curing, I wouldn’t worry about it too much. I will buy again, when the finances permit. It is a bit pricey.

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  8. Josh Pharris

    We’ve been using this epoxy resin to finish an outdoor coffee table and and a bathroom countertop. It takes a little bit to get the techniques down, but the results are amazing. I think it is the cheapest, easiest way to update countertops. We are going to do our biggest project next and do our kitchen counters. We purchased the 2-gallon kit for that. We used Stone Coat Countertops to learn how to do the counters. This epoxy is easy to mix and has a relatively long working time. Definitely do your homework before you start your project, because once you start, you’re committed to the process. I would suggest doing some smaller projects, like a coffee table before working on a big, permanent project.

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  9. Amber

    This stuff worked amazing on my very first try. I made a large resin table with embedded license plates and it came out spectacular. READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU START AS PAINFUL AS THAT MAY BE. THEY REALLY HELPED ME. A couple tips:

    1) My project required 4 gallons of product. (3ft by 3ft, 1/2 inch deep – with plates) I accomplished this in (2) pours, each 4 hours apart
    2) I mixed 2 gallons for 7 minutes each time and it came out awesome – don’t scrape your mixing sticks when you get to the pouring part because you only want thoroughly mixed product to be poured – not remnants of either part alone that you may get if you scrape

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  10. what..ever.u.say

    I decided to try this brand to see how it performs and I liked the results. I only did thin pours of about 1/2″, with colours added as an accent and I was very pleased.
    There was a right balance of working time and ease of pouring. I did not use any vacuum pot or heat to remove bubbles but there were not any significant or easily noticeable bubbles. Being that this was a relatively thin pour, bubbles should not be an issue anyway.
    I admit that I am new to resin pours but by measuring accurately, I was able to achieve an end product that I am proud of.
    Photos to follow.

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  11. Josh Pharris

    Worked great! However, I made the mistake of not reading the instructions online until after purchasing the product, so here are a few helpful things to know. First and most importantly, it absolutely MUST be used in an environment that will be at least 75 degrees for the full 72 hour curing period. I purchased it in early March so I had to crank my heat up uncomfortably high in order to ensure it set properly. Also, after the product is completely cured, it can only withstand temps up to 135 degrees. This makes it less than ideal for countertops, which is exactly what i purchased it for. There is a different formulation available for sale that can be used for that purpose and it will withstand heat up to 500 degrees. In my case, I need to add a final coat anyway, so i’ll just purchase the countertop epoxy to add as a final clear coat on top. Finally, even though both bottles contain roughly half a gallon, you absolutely need to measure them out even if you plan on using the entire contents. Some people had trouble with the mixture setting and I suspect this was the culprit. 3oz of pigment was the perfect amount for one gallon.

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  12. Henslee

    Works well but follow the instructions to the T. It does not flow as they state at all. Is very clear and gives great depth.

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  13. KOHIO

    Provided a beautiful finish on our bar. Take note to ALWAYS brush on a THIN for the first coat to seal the wood. The instructions arent too clear on this until you get to the FAQ. I had to sand down an area that bubbled up due to pouring too thick of a first coat.

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