The Ultimate Deep Pour Epoxy.
There's no epoxy like UltraClear. Up to 2x the clarity of standard epoxy making it the clearest finish you can get on the market today. Unique blend of Polycarbons. Engineered to self level at extreme depths. Create stunning surfaces with virtually no experience!
Pour up to 6 inches. Now that's deep.
Pour up to 2 inches in a single pour or up to 6 inches in multiple pours. UltraClear Deep Pour epoxy is perfect for live edge pours, river tables, casting art projects, and embedding objects in epoxy for a pristine, clear casting that will last a lifetime.
Unmatched Quality and Performance.
With our Deep Pour Casting Resin, you can achieve a rock-solid, high gloss finish with No Bubbles, No Cracks, and No Yellowing.
Epoxy Coverage and Drying Time
1/4" thick: 1.5 gallon Deep Pour Epoxy kit covers - 10 sq ft
1/2" thick: 1.5 gallon Deep Pour Epoxy kit covers - 5 sq ft
1" thick: 1.5 gallon Deep Pour Epoxy kit covers - 2.5 sq ft
Dry to Touch: 12-18 hours
Recoat within: 12-24 hours
Light Use: 72 hours
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Ordered from Ultra Clear Epoxy again for my second river table that I am working on for a customer and once again I am very satisfied with the results! Dont think I can order any other epoxy but Ultra Clear! Keep up the good work!!
Needed 1.5 gallons of epoxy resin to make my first river table and I am very satisfied with the results of Ultra Clear Epoxy! Just waiting for the resin to cure and I will have me a table! Thank you Ultra Clear Epoxy! Definitely will give you guys a 5/5!
I poured a dining table in 3 pours. A clear layer then wood and color, then clear top. It mixed easily, poured easily and looks beautiful. I use 90% alcohol in a spray bottle to pop bubbles and to get the effect in the mica powder color layer I was wanting. It is still on the base of the form awaiting legs in the photo.