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No Regrets

I've been messing w/ epoxy for a couple of years. Each time I buy, I usually get different brands because of yellowing or some other reason that I don't like. Tried this brand last night and was pleasantly surprised. I don't have anything bad to say. It's low odor, high tolerance of heat(heat gun) and ease of maneuvering the flow around table, made it easy to work with. It also was very forgiving in time to smooth out.

Looks great!

Instructions are very specific with warnings that it is important to follow exactly and use at the appropriate temperature. I covered a bourbon barrel top that was warped. It was very porous and required several heat applications to remove bubbles, but it turned out great! So clear, I was afraid to touch it for a few days as it still looked wet!

Spalted maple cooktop counter

Product is easy to work with and directions are very detailed.this is the first epoxy flooding project I have done but will use this product in the future.Isolation of projects from other shop activities is important do to the long cure time and the high temperature (75+ degrees) that is required.

Great quality

I've tried several different brands and this is by far my favorite. Longer curing time than others but the end product is amazing. Definitely buying more

Outstanding product

I made my own countertops with 3/4 inch plywood primed and epoxied with color and then a finish clear flood coat

Great Product...First Timer

As the title says first time epoxy user, if you don't count the little tube applications. I ordered the 1 gal (2 half gallons) set with stir sticks and the drill bit and buckets. I read the instructions carefully and realized I needed a seal coat for my project and I needed to seal the stressed poster I intended to encapsulate. Ordered the half gallon (2 quart containers) and sealed my poster in mod podge. Once everything was ready and in place, I raised the temperature to about 80F and wrote brief instructions in large print. I started my phone stopwatch and followed the instructions to a T. The first seal pour turned out great. I sealed the top of a wood work table I made with the above poster. I heated bubbles out, even though it was not needed. A bit over 4 hours later I mixed and poured the flood coat and heated again. The table continued to cure over the weekend, maintaining the temperature with a space heater. The final product is crystal clear, smooth, and rock hard. There are two slight imperfections (2 tiny bubbles) settling up from under the poster. I'm extremely happy with the outcome.

Bottle Cap Table made easy with this product!

I was really concerned about using epoxy for my first time and on such a big project (a bottle cap table using a large spool). I read reviews on many different products. I chose this epoxy since the reviews were good. I was delighted that my table turned out beautiful! Just follow their directions closely is what I kept reading! So I did, with help from my husband it was easier than expected. Thank you for a great product!

Outstanding

I recently built my own countertops out of 3/4 inch plywood and added a bullnose molding on the edge.I used a white primer before adding epoxy. I added a light brown color to the mix while adding a streak of blue that looks like marbling fractures. I am thrilled with the results and ease of application. Everyone thinks it is stone.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Smooth as glass!

The epoxy worked out great and really made our new penny countertop shine! After gluing all of the pennies down with “Gorilla" super glue we did a quick brush coat of the bar top epoxy and then a final flood coat. A quick pass across the surface with a heat gun on the high setting brought all the bubbles to the surface and made it as smooth as glass.

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Lots of fun to work with!

The product worked great.I just followed the directions exactly. I had a lot of fun doing this and it came out great!

Amazing Customer Service!

This is a great product! I have used quite a few other brand epoxies and will not be using any others again. PrimaLoc is by far the best. Im super pleased with the outcome of every project i use it for. On top of that the customer service is amazing. I can tell you how much that means to me. I own a small cabinet shop and come across companies that could care less about their customer service. THAT IS NOT THE CASE HERE!!!