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Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
125338
 
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15.37
Each
Directions for Use:

Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
125339
 
Ground Shipping Only
22.56
Each
Directions for Use:

Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
125340
 
Ground Shipping Only
42.25
Each
Directions for Use:

Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
125341
 
Ground Shipping Only
69.70
Each
Directions for Use:

Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
125343
 
Ground Shipping Only
256.52
Each
15.57
Each
25.29
Each
42.49
Each
67.75
Each
251.87
Each
Directions for Use:

Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
135368
 
Ground Shipping Only
137.45
Each
Directions for Use:

Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Using the Laminate Coverage Chart, measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 1 part Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume or 100 parts Base Resin to 83 parts Curing Agent by weight. Pour the Curing Agent first and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 3 minutes. Be sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful to not whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power mixer set to hand speed. For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix more than a gallon.
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the projects sides.
Step 5: See Additional Information for guidance to help eliminate bubbles that have risen to the surface of the resin.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be lightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to be removed. Material will feel well-cured after 24 hours, but full cure and maximum hardness can require up to 7 days depending upon the temperature.
Item#:
135369
 
Ground Shipping Only
84.74
Each
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