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Black Galaxy Epoxy Countertop Kit with Glitter

$103.52 - $525.29

Product Information

Transform your countertops into the luxurious look of Black Galaxy Granite at an affordable price with Stone Coat Epoxy. Our comprehensive kit is designed for the DIY homeowner ready to upgrade their bathroom or kitchen countertops. Stone Coat Epoxy is not only heat and scratch-resistant but also FDA-approved for food contact, making it a safe choice for your home.

Learn to create stunning Black Galaxy epoxy countertops with our easy-to-follow tutorials on the Stone Coat Countertops YouTube channel. This kit empowers you to unleash your creativity and enhance your space's aesthetic appeal.

Black Galaxy Kit Coverage Rates:

  • 1/2-gallon: Covers 10 square feet
  • 1-gallon: Covers 20 square feet
  • 2-gallon: Covers 40 square feet
  • 4-gallon: Covers 80 square feet

What’s Included in the Kit:

  • Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy (available in 1/2, 1, 2, or 4 gallons)
  • Silver Glitter
  • Black Glitter
  • BLACK Epoxy Undercoat

Elevate your countertops with the sophisticated appearance of Black Galaxy Granite using Stone Coat Epoxy. Shop now and transform your space with ease.

*4-gallon kit contains 2 of every additive and 2 - Epoxy Undercoats - Black

Quick Guide Instructions:

For each square foot of countertop to be coated, measure 3 ounces. Use a paddle mixer attached to a drill to mix the material at a 1:1 ratio for 2 minutes. If mixing by hand with a paint stick, double the mixing time and remember to scrape the sides halfway through. Begin by preparing the surface with 2 thin coats of Epoxy Undercoat - White. If applying over old countertops, it is recommended to use Stone Coats Bonding Primer as the first coat for optimal adhesion. Next, add the desired Black Glitter, and Silver Glitter into the mixed epoxy and mix again. Carefully pour out the colored epoxy and spread it over the surface using gloved hands or a 1/8'' square notch trowel. To achieve a smooth finish, use a chop brush to dab or chop the top. Use a heat source such as a heat gun or propane torch, sweeping it 1-2'' from the countertop to remove any air bubbles. Allow the epoxy to cure for 18-24 hours before applying a clear coat of epoxy or the Ultimate Top Coat as the final step. Remember, you've got this!

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