DIY Epoxy Countertops
PrimaLoc Premium Epoxy is Made in the USA and engineered specifically for Bar Tops, Tabletops & Countertops.
Clear Commercial Grade Coating
PrimaLoc Clear Countertop Epoxy is a self-leveling high gloss finish. The Nano-crystal technology enhances the natural beauty of any surface, giving it a greater sense of depth and contrast.
Extreme Long-term Durability
The unique blend of Polycarbons are formulated to resist scratching and to provide extreme durability in the most demanding of environments.
Never Yellows, Fades, or Cracks
PrimaLoc Countertop Epoxy is composed of a revolutionary cellular non-fade prepolymer. This provides the highest level of UV protection available anywhere on the market today. Perfect for outdoor use.
Rock-Solid Table Top Epoxy Finish
PrimaLoc Premium epoxy will make Bar Tops, Table Tops, and Countertops come to life with rich and vibrant detail.
- Commercial Grade Self Leveling Epoxy to 1/8"
- Twice as Thick as Standard Epoxy
- Non-toxic, Food Safe Epoxy Resin
- Lasting Durability & Shine
- Formulated to Resist Scratching
- Never Yellows, Fades, or Cracks
- UV Protection Extreme™ for Outdoor Use
- 100% Zero VOC, Virtually Odorless
- Made Right Here in the USA
Engineered to Work on Virtually Any Countertop
What Makes Primaloc Epoxy Different?
The most popular epoxy brands all show yellowing visibly over time. PrimaLoc has spent over a decade perfecting our formula to resist yellowing, not only indoors, but also outdoors in direct sunlight. Our UV Protection Extreme™ provides the strongest level of heat protection found in an epoxy today.
PrimaLoc vs. 3 industry- leading competitors.
1 Quart Combined = 1 Pint Resin + 1 Pint Hardener 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.
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.
1 Quart Combined = 1 Pint Resin + 1 Pint Hardener
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.
How to Use PrimaLoc Premium Epoxy.
No experience needed.
Create a beautiful crystal-clear surface with countertop epoxy resin
in just a few easy steps.
Step 1: Measure Epoxy
PrimaLoc Premium Epoxy is a two-part, epoxy coating that is mixed at a one to one ratio. Pour an equal amount of hardener and resin into a new container. We have the Multi-Mix All Purpose 5 Quart Container available for purchase.
Step 3: Pour Epoxy
Lastly, pour the epoxy onto your surface. PrimaLoc Premium Epoxy self levels so there is no need to move it around with any tools like most other epoxy products. It's important to ensure that you have enough epoxy for covering the sides and edges.
This epoxy tutorial video shows how to apply a seal coat of PrimaLoc Premium Epoxy followed by a flood coat on a stained butcher block wood surface. View More PrimaLoc Clear Epoxy Videos
Why choose us
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Made in the USA Guarantee
PrimaLoc Premium Epoxy is made in the United States. You can trust our epoxy in any environment, including sensitive areas such as kitchens, restaurants, and wineries.
We're not just epoxy sales people. Our staff has many years of hands on experience working with epoxy in all kinds of real world applications. We are ready to help you succeed!
The Most Reviewed Countertop
Epoxy on the Market
Real results on why customers think PrimaLoc is the best epoxy for countertops.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
After reading comments we decided to try it anyways. I am so glad we did it turned out amazing. I can not wait to finish the rest of my kitchen countertops. The instructions were easy to follow. I was nervous that the next morning we would find tacky spots NOPE not only did that look like glass, but just as smooth! My one countertop we did it 17 ft x 2 ft. Look at that shine!
Its a great product and this is my go to resin!! I'm disappointed that I couldn't purchase the 3 gallon kit, but other than that I love it!!!
Absolutely amazed with the results! Followed the instructions and did not attempt to use the epoxy until the temperature was above 75F and I am beyond pleased with the results. The original quartz tabletop broke, so I smashed the quartz into smaller pieces and embedded them in concrete. I applied one base coat and three flood coats. I heavily sanded between flood coat 2 and 3 to remove some ridges created by the quartz not be completely embedded in the concrete. Would absolutely recommend this product and I'm already trying to find of another project that will need epoxy and will purchase Pimaloc again.