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Platinum & Top Coat

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STONE COAT PLATINUM

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Designed for white and light-colored projects & for the Epoxy Pro's to get the job done quickly. Our Hybrid Coating Technology is the ultimate non-yellowing coating! This product is even safe to install outdoors in direct sunlight! 

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20 Square Feet Per Gallon


ULTIMATE TOP COAT

50 Square Feet Per Kit

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You have discovered the ultimate roll-on coating to finish off your epic epoxy projects! This topcoat provides a natural finish that resembles natural stone, it is quickly and easily applied and offers unparalleled SCRATCH RESISTANCE! We love it! 

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Step-by-Step Directions

Step 1: Mask Work Area

Use delicate release tape on any painted surface or cabinet. Keep the coating off the cabinets with 3 mil plastic. We cover the floor with paper impervious to water.

Step 2: Rock Face Edge Preparation

Mix up Bondo and apply to the edges to create a natural chiseled rock face edge. Use your gloved hand or a bondo spreader to apply. You can apply by rubbing horizontally, or tap the Bondo to create high points then sand smooth when dry

Step 3: Prep Wood Substrate

Mix up Bondo and apply to any seams in the wood substrate. Use a bondo spreader to apply. Sand any high points down when dry before applying undercoat

Step 4: Apply Epoxy Undercoat

Use a roller and a brush to apply two coats of Stone Coat Epoxy Undercoat. Apply the undercoat thin, a little goes a long way.

Step 5: Prep for Platinum Pour

Use 220 grit sandpaper to sand the dried undercoat, wipe the dust. Tape off the edges to create a small dam. We like to apply a couple layer of tape.

Step 6: Pick Colors & Mix Platinum

Pick out metallic powders, epoxy dyes, and spray paints to use with Platinum in your exotic pour. Platinum - Hybrid Coating Technology is a 2:1 ratio by volume coating. Mix for two minutes with a drill and paddle mixer or a paint stick. Only mix smaller amounts until comfortable with the shorter working time. Platinum has a working time of 20 mins. Starting work early you can do both the color coat and clear coat in the same day! Making a sample board will help with your color recipe and help get comfortable with Platinums working time

Step 7: Add Color Additives

Pour mixed Platinum into mixing cups. Add in selected color additives and mix thoroughly with a mixing stick. Begin layering colored Platinum back into your larger mixing bucket. Randomly pour in the mixed colors taking time to fog different spray paints for added natural effects.

Step 8: Apply Platinum

Pour out the exotic pour bucket on the center of your countertop. Ensure that the Platinum coating is covering the entire countertop, use your fingertips or a paint stick to break up surface tension

Step 9: Torch, Peel Edge Tape, & Prep for Clear Coat

Use a propane torch to remove air from the Platinum coating. Torch the surface 3x 2-3'' from the surface in a sweeping motion. Remove tape right after torching

Step 10: Clear Coat

Mix Stone Coat Platinum at a 2:1 ratio by volume. Mix 3 ounces per square foot of countertop and mix for 2 minutes with a drill and paddle mixer. Pour clear Platinum and spread the mixed material with 1/8'' x 1/8'' square notch trowel. Chop the top and use a propane torch to remove any air bubbles. The clear coat will fill any imperfections cause by the color additives and is designed to add depth and durability.

Step 11: Sand Clear Coat

Sand the dried Platinum clear coat with 220 grit sandpaper to prepare for the Ultimate Top Coat. Attach a vacuum to your sander to keep dust to a minimum while sanding

Step 12: Mix Ultimate Top Coat

We recommend for Ultimate scratch resistance and for the best natural sheen, mix and apply Stone Coat Ultimate Top Coat. Fast application and dry time. Mix at a 2:1 ratio by volume and add a cap full of water, mix thoroughly with a slow speed drill and paddle mixer for 2-3 minutes. Pour mixed Ultimate Top Coat in a paint tray. Only mix enough top coat that can be applied in 15 minutes

Step 13: Apply Mixed Ultimate Top Coat

Deshed two paint rollers. One will be used to apply the top coat wet, and the second will be used to dry roll the top coat. Saturate a paint roller with top coat and back roll excess off in paint tray. Apply to the center of the countertop and roll top coat thin and even. Don't forget the edges

Step 14: Dry Roll Ultimate Top Coat

Dry roll the top coat to remove lap lines from roller. Only a thin coat is necessary. Apply and dry roll the top coat in 8 foot sections at a time. Avoid over rolling to keep excess bubbles Stone Coat Countertops Ultimate Top Coat will be dry to the touch in 8 hours and ready for countertop use in 24 hours! This top coat will keep your project looking natural and is extremely scratch resistant leaving your project looking like the day your poured for many years to come!

Step 15: Enjoy Your New Countertops

Clean with any non abrasive cleaners designed for countertops.