Crystal Clear Bar Table Top Epoxy Resin Coating For Wood Tabletop

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Crystal Clear Bar Table Top Epoxy Resin Coating For Wood Tabletop

UV Stable Crystal Clear Table Top System is a high performance two component Clear epoxy system designed for Table Tops, Bars, Wood finishes, See-Through Encapsulations, Art work, and other applications requiring a clear, strong, plastic coating specifically designed to resist Yellowing caused by the sun and other Ultra Violet light sources. The material has an easy to use 1 to 1 by volume mix ratio, wets out substrates well, maintains its integrity over sharp corners, it has excellent air release qualities, and a relatively fast set time for an epoxy coating which may be accelerated by mild heat to 160F. While this material will do much better then competitors products for non yellowing we still do not recommend it for permanent outdoor applications.

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  • 100% Solids
  • Self Leveling, High Gloss
  • U.V. Resistant Formula
  • Excellent Air Release
  • Excellent Color Stability
  • Improved Impact Strength
  • Improved Surface Appearance
  • Early Development of Physical and Performance Properties
  • Produces a Tough, High Gloss, Water Resistant Coating
  • Eliminates Craters, Crawling and Fish Eyes
  • Blush Resistant

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High Gloss

Clear, strong, plastic coating specifically designed to resist yellowing


Can be used for a wide variety of applications.


High performance and produces a tough, high gloss, water resistant coating.

Pro Marine Crystal Clear Bar Table Top Epoxy

Designed for table tops, bars, wood finishes, wee-through encapsulations, art work, and many more applications!


Can Epoxy Be Used On Vertical Surfaces?

Epoxy tends to run and drag very easily. Here are some tips to help you apply your epoxy on a verticle surface. 

Turning Your Object or Surface

If possible, turn the object or surface you are coating horizontally so the epoxy can be applied lying down. Once the epoxy is cured, you can set your surface upright in the verticle position again. 

Brushing Epoxy Onto A Verticle Surface

If you are unable to turn your surface horizontally, the best alternative is to apply light coats using a brush and continue building up the layers until you reach the thickness you desire. 

Brushstrokes might be left behind when using this technique. By using a heat gun or a plumber's torch after applying the epoxy, you can thin the epoxy on the surface to remove these lines left from the brush. Be careful not to burn the epoxy using the heat gun or torch. We recommend practicing on a small test sample so you can test the effects of these tips.

Tips for Epoxy Beginners

1. Experiment with epoxy

2. Always wear protective gear

3. Cover your work surface

4. Always wear clothes that can be ruined

5. Use a drop cloth wider than the area you’re working in

6. Remember to mix SLOWLY and scrape the sides and bottom of your cup often

7. Cure your resin in a location that’s level

8. Don’t touch your project until it’s cured

9. Relax, have fun most mistakes or  “boo-boos” can be fixed

Can you use tabletop Epoxy in a Sink?

Once cured, epoxy is completely waterproof. It can be used for sink repair and sink creations.

What mediums mix well with Epoxy Resin?

There are many mediums you can use to mix with your Epoxy Resin to create a masterpiece!

Here is a list we have compiled: 

1. Liquid Acrylics  

2. Powdered Pigments

3. Alcohol Inks

4. Airbrush Paints

5. Fluid Acrylic

6. Oil Paint

Pro Tip: Resin and water do not mix well together. Make sure that any medium you use has a low water ratio in the product. 


January Instagram Photo Contest Winner!

Congrats to our Instagram Photo Contest Winner for the month of January! You can check out more of Alicia Hash's work on Instagram and her tutorials on YouTube.

Alicia's Bio: When you look at resin artist Alicia Hash’s work, you’ll question what is in it. Her work often incorporates natural elements, along with glitters and metallics, that flow together giving you an immense reaction of wonder. Alicia, who goes by ‘After Thought Art’ on social media, has an emphasis on texture and 3-dimensional elements. Her work has been described as ‘intriguing,' 'beautiful,’ and ‘wondersome.’ A self-taught artist, she thrives off emotions of everyday life and music to influence her work. “I need that me time art gives me. I need the music up and the vibes flowing,” she said. Her work is continually evolving, and her intrigue to experiment and teach pushes her into a new understanding of her work.

How to Make Resin Art Coasters

1. Prepare your working area. If you are working on a table covering it will a plastic tablecloth or cheap shower curtain works well. Lay out all of your working materials. Epoxy Resin starts to set up quickly, so you need to make sure that you can work fast. Take this time to use all safety precautions. Put on your rubber gloves and be sure you are working in a well-ventilated area. If you are working with Pro Marine Tabletop Epoxy for the first time, be sure to familiarize yourself the mixing instructions before starting.

2. Choose which color acrylic paints you will be working with and pour each color into a plastic cup. When you use liquid acrylic paint, be sure to use a 1 to 10 ratio. You will want 1 part acrylic paint to 10 parts epoxy resin. A little paint goes a long way, so be sure not to use too much. Using too much paint can also alter the chemical reaction of the resin, causing it to become clumpy and affecting the final cure.

3. Measure and mix your resin according to the instructions. It’s best to mix your batch in a larger mixing cup and pour into each cup of paint.

4. Once your resin is entirely mixed, pour into each cup of acrylic paint, using the 1:10 ratio. Mix the resin and the color slowly using a folding motion. Do not stir vigorously or whip as this can create extra air bubbles.

5. Pour your mixed resin and paint onto your ceramic tiles. You can do this on a flat surface and move them when finished, or you can do it on a surface that will allow the resin and paint mixture to drip off the sides. There is no particular pattern or colors you need to follow, do what you feel and have fun with it…it’s art after all!

6. Use your heat gun to pop any bubbles that have occurred or to move your colors around!

7. After your finished project is cured place the cork adhesive to the bottom of your coaster. This protects your table from being scratched. Let cure for the full 72 hours before placing any items on the coaster, especially extremely cold or hot cups.

8. Enjoy your custom artwork :)

Crystal Clear Bar Table Top Epoxy Resin Coating For Wood Tabletop