Enhance your epoxy project with the Stone Coat White Exotic Marble Epoxy Kit. Perfect for all skill levels, this kit includes everything you need to effortlessly create a stunning White Exotic Marble Epoxy countertop. Our highly concentrated liquid epoxy dyes ensure long-lasting and vibrant colors that seamlessly blend into the epoxy. Achieve the natural beauty of stone with our Stone Coat Epoxy Metallic Powders. Choose from popular options like the elegant Diamond Dust Metallic Powder or the sparkling Diamond Dust Natural Mica Powder. Our metallic powders provide exceptional UV resistance, guaranteeing durability over time. Don't settle for anything less - create a masterpiece with the Stone Coat White Exotic Marble Epoxy Kit.
White Exotic Marble Kit Coverage Rate:
|1/2-gallon = 10 square feet||1-gallon = 20 square feet||2-gallon = 40 square feet||4-gallon = 80 square feet|
Included in the White Exotic Marble Epoxy Kit:
*4 Gallon Kit includes 2 of each Metallic Powder, Epoxy Dye, & Epoxy Undercoat - White.
Optional add on - Stone Coat's Ultimate Top Coat for maximum durability
Quick Guide Instructions:
When applying 4-5 ounces per square foot on your countertop, it is crucial to incorporate a tape dam along the perimeter of the countertop. After mixing, the tape dam should be removed approximately 1.25-1.5 hours later. For optimal coverage, measure around 4-5 ounces per square foot of countertop. Using a paddle mixer and drill, mix the epoxy for 2 minutes. If mixing by hand with a paint stick, double the mixing time. Midway through mixing, scrape the sides with a stick. Divide the mixed epoxy into separate mixing cups and thoroughly incorporate the provided colors. Randomly layer the colored epoxy back into the larger mixing bucket, avoiding mixing the colors together. Once the bucket is full, simply pour it onto the countertop for an instant epoxy finish. To eliminate air incorporated during mixing, use a propane torch or heat gun to sweep the surface from 1-2 inches away. Remove the tape dam 1.25-1.5 hours after mixing and use a gloved hand to wet any dry areas on the edges, promoting even flow of the epoxy. Allow the epoxy to cure for 18-24 hours before applying a clear coat or the ultimate top coat as a final step.