Frequently Asked Questions: Table Top Epoxy | Incredible Solutions

Frequently Asked Questions: Table Top Epoxy

These are some of the most frequently asked questions that we get. We strongly suggest that you ALWAYS test the mixed epoxy on a sample piece BEFORE you apply to your final project, even if you are familiar with working with epoxy. The most common problem associated with using epoxy are inaccurate mix ratios or not mixing thoroughly enough. If you have any questions at all, please email us before you attempt your project. We are here to help! 

This product says UV resistant. Can I use it on my outdoor projects?

My project is painted or stained with an oil based product, what can I do?

Is your epoxy food safe?

Can I use this epoxy for my kitchen countertops? Is it heat resistant?

What is the pot time for this resin?

How much epoxy do I need to cover my project?

What is the mix ratio for this epoxy?

How long do I need to mix the epoxy?

Why is my project still tacky? How do I fix it?

Can I use this epoxy for casting or thicker pours?

What is the best temperature/environment for working with this epoxy?

How long do I need to wait to pour a second coat?

What do I do if my resin is cloudy or has crystallization?

Can I pour this over painted wood? Do I have to sand before pouring?

How long is the epoxy good for after it has been opened?

I mixed the product according to the instructions but the mixture is not clear. Should I still pour? Will it clear up?

I want to epoxy over patches, bottle caps, photos, etc. How do I keep them from floating in the resin? Do I need a seal coat? 

How can I protect paper products, such as stickers or photos, when embedding them with epoxy?