The Premium Cocoa River FX Poxy Countertop Kit includes 2 gallons of Premium Clear FX PoxyTM, Almond FX Prime Coat Color and 3 FX Metallic Powders: Brown Powder, Light Brown Powder and Pearl Powder. This is enough material to cover 40 square feet @ 100 mils of extreme 3D thickness. Premium FX Poxy is engineered to be the most Durable, Maintenance-Free, FDA Food Safe, UV-Resistant and Heat-Resistant (to 500F/260C) solid resin epoxy on the market. Since it’s Zero VOC (volatile organic compounds), there are no evaporative solvents, making Premium FX Poxy completely odorless, so there is no need to wear a respirator or worry about ventilation during application.
Indoors or Outdoors, cover newly built or existing Countertops, Bartops or Table Tops with Premium FX Poxy professional grade Solid Resin Epoxy for an elegant, indestructible lifetime finish. Apply directly over Concrete, Wood, MDF, Laminate/Formica, Ceramic, Porcelain, Tile, Granite, Quartz, Marble, all types of Metal or virtually any surface, to create natural stone patterns with veins, marbling, mottled and granular effects and 3D depth. Your design options are unlimited, and with the highest quality coloring process you can create the most amazing colors and designs imaginable. Each kit provides the necessary colors to create the displayed sample, but you may vary your Countertop or Bartop as desired by adding additional accent colors from our FX Metallic Powders and FX Prime Coat Colors.
See Countertop Instructions and Photo and Video pages for a simple step-by-step guidance that will help make your dream countertop a reality. If you still have questions, please don't hesitate to call us before purchasing and when you get ready to install. We will work with you through the entire process. You can also purchase our ProTops Tool Kit that has everything you need to get that same amazing look and quality as our professional installers with the help of our experienced staff. Call Today at: 970-639-9338 (M-F 8:00-6:00 MST) to speak one-on-one with our support staff. We have the most experienced staff in the industry, and for no additional cost, we will be happy to walk you through the entire process.
My second kitchen countertop with this product
Posted by WheelchairMD on Feb 2nd 2017
Absolutely fabulous results. Followed the directions to the letter. Applied to grounded smooth concrete counter 2in thick. Looks like glass now.
So far this stuff works great.
Posted by Mark Elder on Jan 23rd 2017
So far this stuff works great. There's a bit of a learning curve for using epoxy but this product is still easy to use and creates a hard, glossy finish.
Great countertop resurfacing option.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 8th 2017
This is a great product for countertop resurfacing. It was more forgiving than I thought it would be, I had a few things go wrong during the pour but the counter still came out great. This is a good product and was an inexpensive but great looking solution for resurfacing my kitchen countertop.
It flowed and self-leveled wonderfully.
Posted by Ethan Hampton on Jan 6th 2017
This was my first time using Epoxy over large surface. It flowed and self-leveled wonderfully. Dried totally in 2 days.
Best in New England comparison
Posted by J. Finity on Dec 30th 2016
I tried their products as a customer. I'm a skeptic through-and-through. I compared that to every single epoxy product I could find on the market. Looked at dozens of countertop replacement / refinishing options. I'm not given to exaggeration, but I am 100% sold on their products. I loved what it did in my home. Nothing anyone in the area in New England could come close. While the end result was Unbelievably Fantastic (my wife's words) I knew it could be better. So for the fun of it, I attended one of their Contractor training classes in Summer 2014. I fell even more in love with the product, the company, the owner. Yeah, I'm now a 'contractor' with them but completely independent and my voice is my own.
* It's a great product, nothing I have seen comes close
* Great for DIY - if you follow the directions - to - the - letter. There are 'gotchas' for any epoxy application
* If you don't think it's worth the risk (minimal) and want to trust it to a contractor - it's still WAY cheaper / more reasonable than all the crazy expensive countertop options out there!
This epoxy is amazing!
Posted by Asia C. Love on Dec 27th 2016
No other epoxy I've tried comes even close. I will not use or recommend any other. If you want to do an epoxy coating right the first time, this is your go to. I took the baking pan out of the oven and sat it on the counter with no protection while slowing the food to cool. After approximately 10 minutes I removed the baking pan. There was not even a slight imprint of a burn or indication that a pan of hot food had been there. I did the same a fry pan after cooking pancakes, no imprint at all.
Great product! Wonderful company.
Posted by ZRK Enterprises on Dec 22nd 2016
This stuff is wonderful! This company is wonderful. Excellent customer service and quality product. I purchased this epoxy without any previous experience pouring countertops. The instructions are very good, FOLLOW THEM EXACTLY! When you mix the two parts, make sure you mix for 4-5 min in one bucket, then pour mixture into a NEW BUCKET and use a new stirring stick to mix for an additional 5 min before pouring. This ensures it hardens completely everywhere and you aren't left with some soft or tacky spots because it wasn't all completely mixed. Cover your floors with plastic very well and tape and mask everything in the area because it gets messy. You can clean up spills with acetone and a rag easily while it's still soft. If it hardens you may need to scrape it and use acetone to finish cleaning. The pigment options to make creative designs are endless and beautiful. This is your solution to a budget custom countertop!
Worked out great in kitchen & bathroom
Posted by kenc on Dec 18th 2016
At first I was skeptical of epoxy coating, but didn't like the tile in my kitchen so tried epoxy over the top of it. The countertop turned out so nice we ended up doing the same thing to the upstairs bathroom, covering the tub tile, which was dated 70ish and needed to be re-grouted. I pre-cut 3 pieces of MDF to run all the way from tub to ceiling (beyond the original tile) laid them side-by-side and poured so the veins would be continuous. The results were amazing. My favorite aspect of this system is being able to have seamless walls and counters with continuous natural stone patterns. Every time you take a shower, it makes you feel like you're standing under a waterfall at the bottom of a southwestern slot canyon. Eventually I did the downstairs bathroom the same way. I plan to install a skylight in the upstairs bath, to complete the canyon experience. I'm convinced now that epoxy was the best way to go. This company has proven very friendly and great to work with and gave me lots of advice. Overall it has been a positive experience.
Epoxy my Old Bathroom Sink!
Posted by DELBERT G. on Dec 14th 2016
This was my first time using Epoxy. I watched many epoxy videos on youtube and was impressed with the Epoxy videos from countertopepoxy.com. . . . I am currently renovating my house and was working on the bathroom. I had pulled out the old sink and thought I could save some money by applying epoxy on the old sink instead of buying a new one. If it didn’t work out I'd just buy a new sink. I followed the mixing directions exactly using 2oz of A + B, after the final mix I poured off some for accent color. Mixed in base color Black and mixed in my accent color White. After mixing I had about 45 mins to work with the epoxy before it started to harden. This was enough time to pour and spread my Black base over the sink then add my White Veins to the sink. I used another 2oz to add more Black Base and White Veins. After it all dried up for 24hours there was some unevenness and bubbles I had missed on the sink. So I added another quart of Clear Epoxy all over the sink to smooth it out and shine it up. It turned out beautiful check out the photo and my youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dI--kqEtbvM.