UltraClear Bar and Table Top Epoxy is a specially formulated commercial epoxy resin that is used in restaurants, hotels, casinos, bars, pubs, and night clubs around the world. UltraClear Epoxy can be used for Bar Tops, Tabletops, & Countertops.
Crystal Clear Epoxy
Unlike most epoxy resins, our unique blend of polycarbons produces a completely transparent finish that will never yellow, fade, or crack with time. It's a product you can trust!
Extremely Durable & Self-Leveling
UltraClear epoxy self-levels to 1/8", creating a virtually indestructible surface. The result is a crystal clear, brilliant surface that accentuates the material below it. Truly beautiful to behold!
Scratch Resilient & Maintenance Free
UltraClear epoxy is specially formulated to resist scratching and provide long lasting maintenance free protection for your surface.
100% VOC Free
UltraClear epoxy is free from volatile organic compounds and is compliant with all environmental requirements implemented by international organizations such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the World Health Organization.
How It Works
UltraClear Epoxy is a two-part, clear polymer coating that is mixed at a 1 to 1 ratio.
1. Pour an equal amount of hardener and resin into a container.
2. Mix thoroughly with our mixing drill bit.
3. Pour epoxy onto your surface. (watch video)
YES, It's That Easy!
For wood surfaces, we recommend applying a seal coat of epoxy (same material, just a smaller painted on coat) before pouring the self-level coat. The seal coat is brushed on in a thin layer and is used to seal any pores in the surface and prevent air bubbles from forming in the following flood coat. This stage is followed by the flood coat, which will flow and self level to 1/8". The flood coat should be poured approximately 4-6 hours after the seal coat. Do not exceed 6 hours. Flood coats are applied in 1/8" layers at a time, as many as desired can be applied, however one coat is average for restaurant tables, bar tops, and countertops. Additional coats are used to cover any items, such as memorabilia where you need to build up the epoxy to cover them adequately.
Objects, such as pictures, maps, etc. can be embedded in this product during the pouring process. Most photo quality paper does not require any special preparation; however, sometimes thin paper objects must first be sealed with Elmer's glue or a similar product to prevent the epoxy from fully penetrating the paper and causing it to become transparent.
Embedding Solid Objects (pennies, rocks, corks, shells, bottle caps...)
Glue down items with Elmer's glue. All porous materials should first have a seal coat of epoxy applied. This will prevent air bubbles from occurring in subsequent flood coats.
Please note that although this product will resist yellowing better than other epoxies, it is NOT 100% UV resistant. Continuous outdoor UV exposure over months or years will cause the finish to lose its gloss and cause gradual changes in color..
See the coverage charts shown below to calculate the amount you will need for your area.
Detailed instructions are provided with each order and can also be Downloaded Here.
Working Temperature of Product:
The working room temperature must be above 75 degrees, several hours prior to mixing the epoxy. We recommend that the product be brought inside and acclimated to room temperature, as it will be cold during winter shipping months. Use space heaters if necessary to ensure the temperature remains above 75 degrees in cold areas, such as garages and basements. It is extremely important that the temperature remain above 75 degrees for a full 72 hours, in order for the epoxy to cure. High or low humidity and higher temperatures (75-110 degrees) are perfectly fine for curing; the epoxy cures much faster with higher temperatures.
*Please Note: 1 Gallon Combined = 1/2 Gallon Resin + 1/2 Gallon Hardener
**Pouring over the Sides and Edges of a table, counter, or bar top
Make sure you purchase extra material to account for spillage over the sides.
***These calculations are not intended to give more than a rough estimate. Precise epoxy needs will vary according to many factors, including application type and surface material. For specific advice regarding your project, you should engage the services of our customer service department at 1-800-259-1619.
Actual Photos of UltraClear Epoxy In Use
I love your epoxy! Wow. I researched for over a month looking for just the right epoxy to put on our very special penny floor and what a great choice yours turned out to be! Thank goodness! 37,088 pennies; design/prep time 1 month; time to create 1 month; 11 gallons of epoxy to coat pennies 1/8" deep: 1 gallon of Weldbond glue to attach pennies to floor. Memphis Barbree
Sticker Table Top with UltraClear Epoxy
Travertine Tile Counter with Epoxy
The following video demonstrates how to properly mix a batch of UltraClear Epoxy.
The video below shows how to apply a Seal coat of UltraClear Epoxy followed by a Flood coat.
The table below in the video is made with copper sheets from ColorCopper.com. This videos show you how to pour UltraClear epoxy on a surface that DOES NOT have a raised edge.
A Seal coat of UltraClear epoxy is NOT necessary on metal, laminate, and other solid surfaces.
How to make a Penny Bar Top or Penny Table Top with our UltraClear Epoxy.
How to make a Bottle Cap Bar Top or Bottle Cap Table with our UltraClear Epoxy.
How to make a Beer Sticker Bar Top or Table Top with our UltraClear Epoxy.
The same would work for beer labels, decals, and photos.
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Posted by Robert Huffman
I really like this product. It worked exactly as promised. I recommend that you watch the youtube video before starting your project. The videos are also well don.
Posted by Unknown
I have bought 6 gallons of this epoxy so far. Everything looks better with epoxy on it. I have not tried any other brands but have no reason too. The results i have been getting with best bar top epoxy have been great.
Posted by Unknown
I love the product, does everything it promises.would use it again.
Posted by Barbara
I create art on gallery wrapped canvas using only handmade Japanese paper, no paint is used. The paper is adhered to the canvas with a water based adhesive, and when completely dry, I flood the canvas with the 2 part epoxy. In some cases where the art has a 3D effect, instead of flooding, I use a foam brush to apply the expoxy because the 3D sticks out too far to flood it. It really makes the colors pop, and creates a sturdy finish to my art. I love it and so do my art collectors.
Posted by Unknown
I am a contractor and used this product for a custom bar top over a live edge cedar top. The results were great, a nice clear, hard surface over the wood top. Couple things to keep in mind for the process: The epoxy has to be kept above 75 degrees for the first 72 hours while it cures. We used a kerosene torpedo heater in our shop for this. Worked fine. The live edge top we used had several holes and uneven areas which the epoxy was able to fill, but it took 2 rounds of the epoxy for the large areas. You can only fill a maximum of 1/2" or so at a time. The directions say 1/8" max but we did not have problems - just watch for air bubbles for the first 20 mins and heat them out. Heat gun works great and you can actually push the epoxy around with the heat gun during the first few minutes to help level low areas. The epoxy will roll over the edge of the piece and form icicles on the underside edge which can be sanded off later after it cures. Overall a really good product and once you use it a few times you get pretty comfortable with it. Watch the epoxy as you mix it and you will see it turn clear. We did 2 minutes of mixing with the drill, scraped the sides for 1 min, and then mixed for 3 more minutes with the drill. Worked perfectly.
Posted by Jill
The epoxy product worked really well on my new penny countertop. Easy to use, no problems or surprises.
Posted by TIM
NICE AND THICK. KEEPS A EVEN COAT.
Posted by mike
I used the epoxy to cover an all natural pallet wood bar top with photos and memorabilia to be covered. The firat coat went on goo. And then the flood coat which poured very smooth. I finished with a torch. And let cure. The epoxy finish looked great with no discoloration or issues with the pieces I was covering. Definitely will buy more epoxy for my next project.
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