Frequently asked questions
About 45 min if the temperature is 60-80 degrees. We suggest working with each piece of a large project as it's own small project. When you have coated part of your large kitchen and got it to look just how you like then it's a good time to mix more epoxy and tackle the remainder of the project. We start on a small piece and practice out technique and get approval by our customers, then with the thumbs up we match the rest of the kitchen with the look we accomplished on a small stress free size piece.
On MDF we use our Stone Coat Countertops Epoxy Undercoat, or Behr paint & Primer-In-One tinted to our color. Pro Tip, the Behr Paint & Primer-In-One needs to sit for 24 hours before the epoxy color coat. On Formica, Corian, and tile we apply Stone Coat Countertops Bonding Primer. Make sure you sand glossy surfaces before applying the primer.
48 hrs to use, Stone Coat epoxy will continue to cure for 30 days to reach its full hardness. Sometimes heavy objects will leave small marks when they have been left on the countertop. To remove the dents use a blow dryer and warm the material and it'll self level.