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TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy is an easy-to-use pourable epoxy system for clear coating bar tops, tables, counters & more with a clear, glassy finish that protects and preserves the surface underneath. Self-leveling, 100% waterproof system creates a maintenance-free durable finish that resists scratching, staining & yellowing. BPA-free formula contains no VOCs. All ingredients are on the USDA approved list for contact with food, once cured.
TableTop has a simple 1 to 1 mix ratio and cures at room temperature. Easy to mix and apply, it's a great choice for pros and DIYers alike. Cures blush-free and won't distort with age. In extensive testing, its finish clarity met or exceeded all similar products on the market. Compare to System Three MirrorCoat.
Available in 2 QT, 1 GAL, 2 GAL and 4 GAL sizes.
Note: TableTop Epoxy is also available in a 110 gallon kit consisting of 55 gallons of resin and 55 gallons of hardener. Please contact us for pricing.
|HANDLING PROPERTIES||VALUE||TEST METHOD|
|Resin Density at 77°F, lbs/gal||9.7||ASTM D1475|
|Hardener Density at 77°F, lbs/gal||8.1||ASTM D1475|
|Resin Viscosity at 77°F, cP||9,000||ASTM D2196|
|Hardener Viscosity at 77°F, cP||2,000||ASTM D2196|
|Viscosity Mixed at 77°F, cP||3,500||ASTM D2196|
|Mix Ratio by Volume||1A:1B||Calculated|
|Mix Ratio by Weight||100A:83B||Calculated|
|Gel Time at 77°F, 150 gram mass, min||30||ASTM D2471|
|PHYSICAL PROPERTIES||VALUE||TEST METHOD|
|Hardness, Shore D||82||ASTM D2240|
|Tensile Strength, psi||7,500||ASTM D638|
|Tensile Elongation, %||5.9||ASTM D638|
|Tensile Modulus, psi||382,000||ASTM D638|
|Compressive Strength, psi||10,400||ASTM D695|
|Flexural Strength, psi||12,800||ASTM D790|
|Flexural Modulus, psi||373,000||ASTM D790|
|HDT, Room Temp. Cure, F||120||ASTM D648|
|HDT, Post Cure, F||130||ASTM D256|
|Izod Impact, Notched, ft-lb/in||0.76||ASTM D256|
|Technical Specifications||TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy|
|Maximum Pour Depth, Per Layer||1/8'' - 1/4''|
|Full Cure Time||3-5 days|
Taping the Edges: To contain the liquid epoxy, apply plastic packing tape around the edges of the table. Plastic packing tape is best because it releases easily & cleanly after the epoxy is cured.
Mixing: For best results, use the "2-cup mixing method": Add resin and hardener to the first mixing cup at a 1 to 1 ratio by volume. Stir for 3-5 minutes, then transfer the mixture to a second mixing cup and continue stirring until blended thoroughly. Be sure to use clean tools for mixing and application.
Temperature & Application: Warm conditions are critical for success. For best results, only apply in temperatures between 70-80°F. First, apply a thin seal coat to the surface. After the seal coat has set, apply additional flood coats, up to 1/8" thick. Wait 4-8 hours between each flood coat.
Leveling Tips: Flood coats will self-level but epoxy spreaders and brushes can be used to spread it over the surface.
Recoating: Additional coats may be applied after 4 to 8 hours without sanding or additional prep work. However, if the previous coat cures fully, scuff sand with 220-320 grit sandpaper before applying another coat. After sanding, wipe down with acetone or denatured alcohol to remove sanding dust and let dry before applying an additional coat. Sanding between coats will not adversely affect the cosmetics of the final product—the hazy surface will become clear when the next flood coat is applied.
Both of these professional quality epoxies give you beautiful results for crystal-clear coating, casting, encapsulating or embedding projects. However, TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy is more of a 'coating' epoxy, and TotalBoat ThickSet epoxy, is more of a 'casting' epoxy designed for thicker pours.
TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy Advantages
The maximum single-layer depth for TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy is 1/8"-1/4".
TotalBoat ThickSet Epoxy Advantages
Designed for thick casting, ThickSet allows you to do deeper single-layer pours than you can do with TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy. For example, you can pour a single layer of TotalBoat ThickSet 1/2"-1" deep when pouring into large areas or molds, and up to 2" deep when pouring into small molds.
*UV resistant formula, not intended for outdoor applications with prolonged exposure to sunlight.
Features and Specifications:
How to use TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy:
Maximum Pour Depth, Per Layer, for TotalBoat TableTop Epoxy
May 17, 2022
I used this resin for an epoxy resin tray! Makes for a durable serving tray!
May 5, 2022
This product worked great. Was a bit skeptical at first and read the instructions multiple times to be certain I had all of the information needed to finish a table I made. Worked GREAT!
April 28, 2022
It's worth spending more on a product like Stone Coat if u have the extra money but it was a really cheap deal.
April 26, 2022
Product is great! Easy to use, good working time. Will definitely buy again!
April 22, 2022
The product is as described. I found it to be difficult to pour and self level. Without thinning, it does not self level. Much to viscous, I was hoping it would be just a little thicker than water. But, couldn't thin it to that extent. My project didn't turn out like I hoped, but the epoxy is good stuff, for it's purpose. Tabletops.
April 12, 2022
I recently tried this product for molds, art on plaques and canvases, and seversl other ways. So far Im very into it. It has a consistent working time. It turns out crystal clear every time and I have had zero mixing issues. My colors mix in perfectly, its just a great product so far. I dont see myself searching any farther for a perfect epoxy resin for my needs.
April 11, 2022
I use this epoxy for my projects that are deeper pours like cutting boards, wood projects, etc. This is my favorite epoxy so far for these types of projects. Mica powders mix well and look amazing.
April 7, 2022
I would definitely buy again. Very few to no air bubbles. The clarity is great. Long pot time, and curing time. Which is great if there are multiple colors or shapes. I can do deep pours as well as shallow pours. Takes color great.
March 31, 2022
Follow directions explicitly, it'll turn out great!
March 21, 2022
I used this on my first-ever epoxy project. A small tabletop ocean, live edge river pour with a slab of Western Cedar. It turned out quite well, even though it took a lot more epoxy than I thought it would, 7 or 8 or eight layers worth. Lol
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