MAS Table Top Clear Epoxy Kits
The MAS Table Top Epoxy Resin System is perfect for adding a beautifully clear, high-gloss, deep wet-looking glass finish to wood, ceramics, plaster and any other surface you want to shine and protect.
Excellent choice for coating bar tops, table tops, custom woodcraft and art projects using embedded objects. Cures to a clear, glass-like finish that resists scratching and yellowing. Demonstrates excellent anti-blushing properties and will not distort with age.
Simple to mix and apply. MAS Table Top is a 100% solids, two-component system, 1:1 ratio by volume mix and cures at room temp.
MAS Epoxies are great for beginners, loved by professionals!
Features & Benefits:
- Adds a beautifully clear, high-gloss, deep wet-looking glass finish to any project
- Use on wood, ceramics, plasters and more
- Best choice for Table & Bar Tops
- Resists scratching and yellowing
- Anti-blushing formula reduces labor and steps
- Simple to use 1:1 ratio and cures at room temperature
- Available in 1/2 Gallon and 1 Gallon Kits
- Mix 1:1 formula into mixing cup
- Pour out epoxy in a "s" formation on surface
- Spread epoxy with foam brush or plastic spreader
- Let sit for 5 minutes
- Use heat gun or propane blow torch in back and forth motion 6" above surface to eliminate any surface air bubbles
- Allow epoxy to cure
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Instructions for Use:
For best results, use product at temperatures between 70°F to 80°F. A thin seal coat should first be applied to the table top or bar top and any objects that will be embedded. Delicate objects that may be damaged by epoxy resin such as photographs may need to be sealed with an alternate clear coat (e.g. polyurethane or acrylic sealer). Once the seal coat has set, additional flood coats up to 1/8" thick may be applied. The system can be recoated in 4 to 8 hours without additional prep work or sanding. If the previous layer is allowed to fully cure, the surface should be scuff sanded with 220 to 320 grit sand paper for optimal adhesion between coats. After sanding, the surface should be wiped with a solvent such as acetone or denatured alcohol to remove dust. Allow the surface to dry before applying the next coat. Although resistant to yellowing, this product like other unfilled epoxies is not recommended for continuous outdoor exposure to UV light; finishes may slowly lose their gloss or discolor overtime if left outdoors.
Mixing & Handling:
Combine the epoxy resin (Part A) and hardener (Part B) at the specified mix ratio of 1 to 1 by volume and mix for 3 to 5 minutes or until mixture is thoroughly blended. Take care when mixing not to entertain excessive air in the mixture. Always use clean dry tools for mixing and applying. Flood coats will flow and self-level but tools such as brushes, plastic spreaders and squeegees may be used to help spread the mixed epoxy resin over surface.