UVPoxy will produce a high-build, crystal-clear, durable finish that resists yellowing, fading, and cracking over time.
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Crystal clear : Ecopoxy will give you a clear and glassy finish. Ideal for table tops, jewelry and other applications requiring a high level of transparency.
UV resistant: Get a long lasting and fade resistant product that will resist yellowing on the long run.
1:1 mix ratio: A simple 1:1 mix ratio makes portioning easy, letting you spend more time focusing on your project.
Versatile: From jewelry to table tops to architectural masterpieces, this epoxy is as versatile as your imagination.
Low odor: UVPoxy has virtually no odor and can be used indoors without ventilation or bulky respiration equipment.
The kit contains:
Part A – Resin
Part B – Hardener
For example, a 4L kit contains 2L of Part A and 2L of Part B.
- Mix ratio: 1:1
- Work time: 20 minutes (depending on temperature, humidity and volume)
- Cure time: 48 hours
- Set to touch: 4-8 hours
- Recoat time: 4-8 hours minimum
- Temperature: 21 à 27°C
- Clean up: Denatured alcohol or warm soapy water
- Storage temp: 10 à 25°C
- Surfaces: Wood, metal, concrete, granite, copper, stainless steel, laminate, formica, bamboo, leather, ceramic, fiberglass, plastic, rocks, artwork, photos, sea shells, fabrics, paper, dried plants and so much more.
In a clean, dry container; combine (by volume) 1 part resin with 1 part hardener and mix thoroughly for 4-5 minutes.
Working area should be clean & dry and free of dust and insects. Settling dust can cause blemishes on the glossy surface.
Step 1 - The Seal Coat
The seal coat is brushed on in a thin layer, sealing any pores in the surface and preventing air bubbles from forming in the following flood coat(s). (This step is necessary only when using porous materials.)
Step 2 - The Flood Coat
The flood coat will flow and self-level. Foam brushes or squeegees can be used to help spread UVPoxy. Apply in 1/8" (3 mm) layers, as many as desired. (1-3 coats is average for most table or bar coatings).
If 48 hours has elapsed from time of application, additional prep is required. To provide a profile for bonding, lightly sand entire surface with 120-grit sandpaper until glossy finish has been removed. Remove all residue and wipe down entire surface with isopropyl or denatured alcohol.
This material leaves professional results when applied correctly so take your time and make sure you are aware of these common problems we have seen encountered by first time users.
Always make sure that your mixing container is clean and your measuring device is accurate, this product REQUIRES that you mix at a 1 to 1 ratio by volume, any variances from this can cause the UVPoxy to stay soft and not fully cure.
This product requires THOROUGH mixing, typically between 4 to 5 minutes of mixing without excessive whipping of the mixture (whipping will introcuce air bubbles into the epoxy).
Mixing 4 litres/quarts at a time can require up to 6 to 7 minutes of mixing. Beginners should never attempt to mix more than 4 litres/quarts total per batch, 2 litres/quarts per batch is suggested until you are comfortable with how the product works.
After the two components are poured together and stirring begins the mixture will turn a cloudy white color, this represents areas in which the epoxy has not fully combined. You must continue to mix until all signs of cloudiness and tiny white lines have completely disappeared (typically takes 4-5 minutes of thorough mixing.)
Always scrape the sides of your mixing container and also the stick during the 4-5 minutes of mixing. If UNMIXED epoxy remains on the side of the container or the stick it will cause wet spots on your finished product.
While pouring UVPoxy onto a surface NEVER scrape the container to remove every last drop, no matter how thorough you mix there will always be an unmixed drop on the side of the container that will leave a wet spot.