FAQ: Countertop and Bartop epoxy process
Q: How do I measure my counter top to know how much I need?
A: Draw a map of you countertops on paper. Measure the countertops front to back and average it in feet. (average counters are 25 inches front to back) Now measure and average linear feet. Then multiply the depth by the length (example a section of your countertop is 25 inches deep, and 36 inches wide. 2x3= 6 square feet.
Q: Can I do this myself?
A: Yes one person can complete an average kitchen in 2-4 days
Q:What is the FxHard coat?
A: A scratch resistant coating that makes your epoxy 5 times harder
Q:How do I apply the hard coat to my bartop or countertop?
A:Spray on or use a foam roller and roll on thin.
Q:How long before can I place heavy things back on my countertop or floors after I have applied the epoxy?
A: 48 hrs to use lightly, 30 day total cure time
Q:At what temperature can this epoxy be applied to your bartop, countertop or floor?
A:55 to 75 degrees
Q: When can I reset my sink into my bartop or countertop?
A:Generally the next day, just ensure that you don’t scratch the epoxy prior to a full cure.
Q:When will I receive my epoxy in the mail after order?
A:Deliveries vary from shipping location and time of the week order is placed. We ensure that all product is mixed and shipped freshly. Note: Your colors and epoxy ship seperately. 7-10 days for color and 10-14 days for epoxy.
Q: Why are there bubbles in my epoxy?
A: You need to take a blow torch to the epoxy while being careful not to burn it. Please refer to the Instruction Page.
Q: What is the shelf life of my epoxy?
A: Atleast 1-year if kept in a closed container.