300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 1.5 Quart Kit$53.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 1.5 Gallon Kit$129.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin w/ Pumps – 1.5 Gallon Kit$142.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 3 Gallon Kit$234.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin w/ Pumps – 3 Gallon Kit$247.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 6 Gallon Kit$450.00
300/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin w/ Pumps – 6 Gallon Kit$463.00
400/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 1.5 Quart Kit$73.00
400/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 1.5 Gallon Kit$164.00
400/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 3 Gallon Kit$299.00
400/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 6 Gallon Kit$459.00
400/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 15 Gallon Kit$1,030.00
400/21 Laminating Epoxy Resin – 165 Gallon Kit$9,990.00
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Clear Epoxy Resin FAQs?
Is clear epoxy resin waterproof?
Once clear epoxy resin hardens, it is virtually waterproof. When clear epoxy resin is applied to a surface, whether a tabletop, watercraft, or floor, it creates a waterproofed layer of protection that is extremely adhesive. It can bind to a variety of surfaces, such as wood, metal, plastic, or concrete, and once it hardens, it can resist water, abrasive chemicals, gasoline, and other liquids. Clear epoxy resin can also be used for waterproof molding and stamping, as well as for making waterproof parts.
How to color clear epoxy?
AeroMarine offers three color options when it comes to our epoxy resins, including grey, white, and black. However, if you’re looking for a different color that’s needed for creating DIY projects such as waterfall tables, you should consider creating your own colored epoxy.
To color clear epoxy, follow the directions for combining the epoxy resin with the epoxy adhesive. As you combine the resin with the adhesive, you can add various colors. If you have a clear epoxy floor coating, you can sprinkle color flecks over the first layer of epoxy flooring before adding the second layer. Or, if you’re creating a colorful table, you can add powdered pigments like watercolor paint or chalk, or liquid pigments like alcohol ink. Powdered pigments will create a more speckled look, while liquid pigments will create a more refined and smooth look.
How can I make epoxy clear after sanding?
Whether you’ve made epoxy jewelry pieces or constructed an epoxy bar top, you may need to sand down certain areas to get rid of excess epoxy or smooth out any scratches. However, when you finish sanding, you may be left with an epoxy finish that is no longer clear. To make epoxy clear after sanding, use a polishing compound such as Turtle Wax’s Polishing Compound. With this, use a soft cloth and follow the directions on the can and polish your epoxy piece.
After you’ve polished your piece, it’s time to buff, which is similar to polishing and buffing your car. Using a buffing kit and a buffing wheel, begin buffing your epoxy creation. Then, finish it off by waxing your epoxy item with a wax, such as carnauba wax. After you’re done waxing, your epoxy piece should be crystal clear!
Does clear epoxy yellow?
Yes, clear epoxy can yellow. When clear epoxy first hardens, it can get a yellowish tint, but shouldn’t be too drastic. However, epoxy is not UV resistant, and if it’s exposed to strong sun rays, epoxy can begin to turn yellow. So make sure any epoxy table, craft, or creation is in an area that isn’t exposed to direct sunlight.
What can I use clear epoxy for?
Epoxy has so many uses, you may not know where to begin. From using clear epoxy for pebble paving or laminating automotive carbon fiber pieces, the options are truly endless. Take a look at some popular ways you can use epoxy:
- Jewelry making
- Coating countertops and bar tops
- Bonding wood, metal, plastics, and concrete
- Photo collages
- Creating sculptures
- Crafting art pieces
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