These graduated plastic containers are used for accurately measuring and mixing medium or large epoxy batches.
Note: Use a new container for each batch; e.g., if your project requires pouring five gallons of epoxy, you will need five of these containers.
Warning: Do not attempt to clean and reuse these containers. Residual resin components bond with the container after use and will contaminate any further batch attempts. Always use a new container for each epoxy batch.
This product has made my counter tops the talk of my circle of family and friends! My kitchen looks amazing!
I have used Ultra Clear Epoxy on two different home bars . It simply looks amazing . Extremely satisfied. Jack R.
I am a first time user of Epoxy and completed lengthy internet research before I purchased Ultra Clear Epoxy. I have to say I am very happy I chose this product. It performed exactly as advertised and turned out amazing. I chose your product because it said it was easy to use and it was. That it was one coat and dryed 1/8 inch thick and it did and the little bubbles disappeared with a torch and they were gone immediately.
This was a very special project for me. My Dad built the redwood table pictured in 1972. It has been stored since 1975 and I swore I was going to refinish it. Ultra Clear Epoxy helped me accomplish my dream of making this table look amazing.
Thank you so much for a great product, your instructional videos and your support answering my questions.
The whole project turned out great. Did a seal coat and 3 flood pours to fill in the bar top to the level that I needed. I followed all the instructions, but an hour before I had to mix before a pour, I placed the resin and hardener in 5 gallon buckets of hot tap water to warm up the product before final mixing.