Epoxy Coverage

1 Quart Combined = 1 Pint Resin + 1 Pint Hardener
Covers 12 Sq. Ft. for Seal Coat or Covers 4 Sq. Ft. for a Flood Coat

1/2 Gallon Combined = 1 Quart Resin + 1 Quart Hardener

Covers 24 Sq. Ft. for Seal Coat or Covers 8 Sq. Ft. for a Flood Coat

1 Gallon Combined = 1/2 Gallon Resin + 1/2 Gallon Hardener
Covers 48 Sq. Ft. for Seal Coat or Covers 16 Sq. Ft. for a Flood Coat

2 Gallons Combined = 1 Gallon Resin + 1 Gallon Hardener
Covers 96 Sq. Ft. for Seal Coat or Covers 32 Sq. Ft. for a Flood Coat

How To Epoxy Table Tops, Bar Tops, and Countertops
For most applications, PrimaLoc Epoxy is applied in two stages, the Seal Coat stage and the Flood Coat stage.

Seal Coat: The seal coat is a small batch of epoxy that is brushed on in a thin layer to seal any pores in the surface and prevent air bubbles from forming in the following flood coat. Our epoxy is used for both the seal coat and the flood coat. It is the same product that is applied to the surface with a paint brush. 

Flood Coat: After waiting 4-6 hours from when the seal coat was applied, a flood coat is simply poured on the surface and it self-levels to 1/8". Additional Flood coats can be applied every 4 hours to cover thicker embedded objects.

Side and Edges: When pouring over the Sides and Edges of a table, counter, or bar top, make sure that you purchase extra material to account for spillage over the sides as you will lose 30% of the material coating them.