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EcoPoxy UVPoxy Kits

UVPoxy is a high performance epoxy used for bar tops and table tops which produces a high build crystal clear durable finish that will never yellow, fade, or crack over time. It can endure extremely high traffic areas such as bars and restaurants. And most importantly, it's easy to use!

  • Crystal Clear - Ideal for tabletops
  • UV Resistant - resists yellowing and fading
  • 1:1 Mix Ratio
  • Low Odour - Use indoors without ventilation
  • Suitable for outdoor use

Size: 500ml
Original price $54.95 - Original price $629.95
Original price $54.95
$54.95
$54.95 - $629.95
Current price $54.95
Ordering Information

In-Store Pickup: Most orders are completed within 2 business days. We will contact you via email when your order is ready for pickup.

Shipping: Most orders are packaged and ready for shipping within 2 to 4 business days of ordering.

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Customer Reviews

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sonia haberstich (Hudson, CA)

perfect

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Rodney Norman (Ottawa, CA)
EcoPoxy UVPoxy Kits

I found UVPoxy to be an excellent product.

I had read reviews of epoxy products of many manufacturers. Some were negative. So I looked to the many manufacturer's websites to see which best addressed my apprehensions.

A major reason I chose UVEpoxy was because it's website

https://www.ecopoxy.com/products/uvpoxy/

had a link to a video:

Understanding How Temperature Affects Resin Viscosity
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4CN38z0w94

on how to get a less viscous pour.

I leveled each surface with a spirit/bubble level to ensure the epoxy would flow evenly. Even though I don’t recall seeing this in the instructions.

My major criticism of the instructions is that they say the resin and hardener should be mixed in a PRECISE ratio of 1:1 by volume. It is impossible to measure anything absolutely precisely, especially with the surface tension of a fluid. How precise needs to be specified? What volume matching is required, within +/-10%, +/-5%, +/-2%, +/-1% or what ?

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James Bryant (Ottawa, CA)
Great

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