24 Hour Liquid Glass Deep Pour / 3 Kit Sizes
24 Hour Liquid Glass Deep Pour / 3 Kit Sizes
24 Hour Liquid Glass Deep Pour / 3 Kit Sizes

24 Hour Liquid Glass Deep Pour / 3 Kit Sizes

24 Hour Liquid Glass Deep Pour / 3 Kit Sizes

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ALWAYS TEST BEFORE FULL APPLICATION!

Our Liquid Glass Deep Pour 24 Epoxy is absolutely unparalleled with a deep pour capability of 1 inch and gives you unmatched industry performance; quick cure time, convenience by eliminating 75% of your work, with the clearest finish you can get on the market today! We offer .75 gallon, 1.5 gallon, and 3 gallon kit sizes.

MOST DURABLE EPOXY ON THE MARKET

HIGHEST EPOXY RESIN UV PROTECTION! Our SuperClear Liquid Glass Deep Pour 24 Thick Pour Has The Highest UV Yellowing Resistance Out Of All Competitor’s!

HIGHEST PERFORMANCE LEVEL! SuperClear 2.0 Is Considered The Best Epoxy Resin For Wood, Charcuterie Boards, Small Castings, Tabletops & ALL Epoxy Ideas!

EXCELLENT FOR Colored Epoxy Resin Wood Filler Applications, Or As A Clear Epoxy Resin Wood Filler & Filling Large Voids In Wood With Epoxy POURING UP TO 1” PLUS!

WORKS AMAZINGLY With Metallic Epoxy Pigment! Mixes Flawlessly With Epoxy Resin Color Pigments, Mica Powders Like Eye Candy Pigments & Creates A Superb Colored Epoxy For Wood!

We Are the Original Manufacturer, and We’ve Been in this Business for over 60 years! SUPERCLEAR 2.0 IS MADE IN THE USA! ODOR FREE! ZERO VOC’s!

ALL EPOXIES HAVE TO BE SHIPPED UPS GROUND OR FEDEX DUE TO LIMITED HAZMAT REQUIREMENTS. IF YOU HAVE INCLUDED PIGMENTS WITH YOUR ORDER, THEY WILL BE SHIPPED SEPARATELY. NO FREE SHIPPING. WE STILL HONOR FREE SHIPPING ON PIGMENT ORDERS OVER $49.00 DOMESTIC.

STEP 1:
Determine the amount of epoxy you will need for your project. Be sure to order SuperClear® Table Top Epoxy for a seal coat to ensure best results!

STEP 2:
Ensure your working environment is clean, dry and at least 70 degrees for best results. Lay down a plastic sheeting below your project for a safe, easy cleanup. Make sure your surface is completely level, as the epoxy will self-level.

STEP 3:
Seal Coat – Be sure to clean the surface with Isopropyl Alcohol 90% + and apply your sealcoat with a brush, following all mixing directions for that product. Let it get tacky before pouring your deep pour. If the seal layer is fully cured, for best results, lightly sand the surface with 320 grit sandpaper and clean with Isopropyl Alcohol 90% +, and then pour the deep pour.

STEP 4:
Mixing Deep Pour – Measure 2 parts Resin to 1 part Activator and pour into a clean, dry bucket or cup. Stir the mixture for at least 5 minutes with either a stir stick (if mixing with a stir stick, do not mix more than 1 quart) or a drill mixer set to low. Ensure you are not whipping air into your epoxy. Be sure to scrape the sides and bottom to ensure all of your epoxy is properly mixed.

STEP 5:
Transfer contents to a new, clean, dry bucket or cup and continue mixing for 3 more minutes to ensure proper mixing, again scraping sides and bottom.

STEP 6:
Pour mixture directly into your mold at your desired depth. Do not scrape the bucket at this time. If you do, you risk scraping in unmixed material that has clung to the sides or bottom. This would result in soft spots and/or hotspots.

STEP 7:
Use a heat source, like a heat gun to remove any air bubbles. Start at 6” minimum above the surface and sweep back and forth until no bubbles remain. Do not leave the heat gun over the surface too long, if you do, it may result in surface distortions.

STEP 8:
Allow the surface to cure, up to 72 hours in a dust-free environment. The epoxy will start to get tacky after 24 hours but do not disturb for 72 hours to ensure a proper cure.

HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO MIX IT?
– You need to stir it by hand for a minimum of 3 minutes and a maximum of 5 minutes, scraping the sides and bottom thoroughly throughout the first 3 minutes, and stirring regularly during the last 2 minutes. When pouring, we do not recommend scraping the sides as doing so may introduce unmixed material into your pour, thus leaving you with soft and tacky spots when cured. Doing so can risk mixing in unmixed, unincorporated epoxy into your pour, thus creating curing issues.

CAN I MIX PIGMENT/DYE/MICA POWDER?
You can mix nearly all alcohol dye’s, mica powders, and liquid pigments with our product, not to exceed 12%. However, we do not recommend acrylic based colorants as they can negatively react with the epoxy.

HOW THICK CAN I POUR IT?
– Due to the thicker viscosity of our product, you can pour up to 1/4” thick per pour, depending on ambient temperature and total mass. Much thicker than most competitors! The mass for a 1/4” pour varies depending on temperatures and conditions. If you have never poured as thick as 1/4”, we suggest you try it on a smaller scale to understand how it will cure in your particular environment.

CAN I ADD ANOTHER LAYER TO THE SURFACE?
– Yes! Simply wait until the pour is tacky and nearly hard and pour your next layer. If the product is already hard, lightly sand with 220-320 grit sandpaper and wipe it down with Isopropyl Alcohol 90% or higher before adding additional layers, which creates a mechanical bond between the two layers.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO CURE?
– The product will begin to harden within the first 1-1.5 hours, in ideal conditions, but takes up to or around 24 hours to completely cure, depending upon conditions like constant temperature, humidity, mass and airflow.

CAN I PAINT OVER THE EPOXY?
Yes, you can paint over it once it has completely cured. This can also be applied over paint (not oil based paint).

IT’S COLD AND THE EPOXY IS REALLY THICK, WHAT DO I DO?
– Under 65 degrees, our epoxy may start to thicken up. You may see some crystallization. Don’t worry, the epoxy is fine! Before mixing, bring a pot of water up to a steady 75-80 degrees, and then put each bottle of epoxy in there until they come up to temp between 75-80 per bottle. Do not mix first and then bring up to temp. Once the epoxy is up to temp, let it cool back down to around 70-75F before beginning the mixing process. The cooler your temperatures are, the longer it will take to cure. If too cold, the chemical process of curing will not take effect, and if left too long in that state, may never react and start the curing process. The hotter the environment, the faster it will cure. The same can be said of volume. More volume will cure quicker, and less can take longer.

While our product can be used in a variety of applications, not all users or environments are the same. As such, specific directions for all individual users might not be addressed in the directions. If there are any questions that our directions do not answer, pertaining to the individual customer’s application, it is the customer’s sole responsibility to contact us directly with any technical questions and procedures prior to the application of the product. See below for various means to obtain further information and or contact us directly; we offer FAQs on our website and technical service via Email or phone Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm EST.

For more product information, please visit:
www.SuperEpoxySystems.com

(888) 849-0588
superclear@fgci.com

Temperature : Volume & Depth Info

Always pour in a temperature controlled environment. Ideal working temperatures are 70°F to 84°F, but this is dependent on the total volume and depth of the project. The greater the volume or thickness of the pour, the lower your temperatures should be.

Unopened: 6 – 12 months*
Opened: 3 – 6 months*

*depending upon how the product is stored.

To request a SDS, please email us at jeff@eyecandycustomz.com

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