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Epifanes Two-Part Polyurethanes

Epifanes two-part polyester saturated, aliphatic urethane coatings are formulated for maximum resin depth and hardness with a long lasting mirror like gloss. Epifanes polyurethane is designed for brush, roller or spray application. Each package includes base & reactor. Thinning with Polyurethane Thinner For Brush or Polyurethane Thinner For Spray is required for application. Design for any boat or home applications above the waterline.
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    Technical Specifications

  • Container Size: 750 gr. (500 gr. base + 250 gr. reactor = 750 gr. mixed) 2:1 mix by weight.
  • Gloss: Ultra high gloss
  • Density: 1.00 - 1.40 kg./liter (mixed product) (depending on color)
  • Solids Content : 50 - 55 +/- 2 vol. % (mixed product) (depending on color)
  • Drying times at 65F / 65% RH: Tack free - 3 hours / Tape free - 7 hours, Hard Dry - 8 hours / Recoatable - 24 hours
  • Recommended Film Thickness: Per coat wet - 80 micron / Per coat dry -40-45 microns.
  • Application:
    Brush - Thin 0-10 percent with Epifanes Polyurethane Brush Thinner
    Spray - Thin up to 0-10 percent with Epifanes Polyurethane Spray Thinner
  • Temperature should be between 50 degrees F and 85 degrees F during application with the air humidity level below 85 percent. Avoid painting in too much wind or sun. A rapid loss of solvents will occur under these conditions and will decrease the flowing ability.

BRAND: Epifanes
Number Of Parts: Two Part
Type: Topside Paint
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Epifanes Two-Part PolyUrethanes
 
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5.0

epifanes two part polyurethane

By Khin

from Great Falls, VA

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Pros

  • Easy To Clean
  • Even Paint Distribution

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Detailed Work

    Comments about Epifanes Two-Part PolyUrethanes:

    I like epifanes two part polyurethane better than perfection plus a bit easier to varnish. It contains less than perfection pkys but covers the same. It turns out awesome and will buy again.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Excellent, requires careful application

    By CarpenterSF

    from San Francisco

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    Comments about Epifanes Two-Part PolyUrethanes:

    I've used this on boat and residential interior woodwork and soles. Assuming you put the work and time into application, the finish is perfect: even, hard, and durable, better in most cases than the original boat manufacturer's interior finishes. The cons are these: initial coats especially must be very thin (lots of thinner) else some horrible gassy reaction seems to occur with the underlying wood surface; cleanup involves epifanes' expensive proprietary thinners. And because this stuff is so expensive, you need very good discipline about quantities; how you mix, etc. I spent a couple of weeks experimenting with sample pieces before using this product live.
    If you're not willing to take lots of time to do the job right, or to be obsessively clean, and to measure and time your work obsessively, don't bother with this finish, because you won't get good-looking results. But if you really care about the results, and you're willing to put in the effort, it's the best.

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    5.0

    Great results

    By Michael Lauer

    from Mitchellville, Maryland

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    Pros

    • Brush or Spray
    • Easy To Clean
    • Even Paint Distribution

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Decking

      Comments about Epifanes Two-Part PolyUrethanes:

      I purchased this product after Interlux Perfection Two Part Varnish was discontinued by the manufacturer. I use the product as a deck finish over western cedar on top of an epoxy base (West System).

      Overall I like Epifanes over Interlux for the following reasons:

      1) You have a choice of brush or spray thinners (Interlux had only brush thinners)

      2) The mix of parts A/B is by weight rather than volume which works well for me. Mixing Interlux by volume seemed approximate and there was always some Part A leftover.

      3) Epifanes goes on a bit smoother. I use a badger brush and the results are very good.

      4) There's a 48 hour window for an additional coat with Epifanes. This is convenient in an outdoor application.

      I cannot say how durable the product is at this time since I've just started using it. But the results do look great.

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