Superclear 2.0 Liquid Glass Deep Pour Epoxy Resin – 3-Gallon Kit- Great For
River Tables, Charcuterie Boards, Large Castings and more! 2:1 Mix Ratio and
Pourable up to 2”-4” Deep Per Pour
HIGHEST EPOXY RESIN UV PROTECTION! Our SuperClear Liquid Glass 2”
Thick Pour Has The Highest UV Yellowing Resistance Out Of All Competitor’s!
HIGHEST PERFORMANCE LEVEL! SuperClear 2.0 Is Considered The Best Epoxy
Resin For Wood, Table Diy, Countertops, Tabletops & ALL Epoxy Table Ideas!
EXCELLENT FOR Colored Epoxy Resin Wood Filler Applications, Or As A
Clear Epoxy Resin Wood Filler & Filling Large Voids In Wood With Epoxy POURING
UP TO 2” PLUS!
WORKS AMAZINGLY With Metallic Epoxy Pigment! Mixes Flawlessly With
Epoxy Resin Color Pigments, Mica Powders Like Black Diamond Pigments & Creates
A Superb Colored Epoxy For Wood!
We Are the Original Manufacturer, and We've Been in this Business for
over 60 years! SUPERCLEAR 2.0 IS MADE IN THE USA! ODOR FREE! ZERO VOC’s!
Liquid Glass Deep Pour Epoxy Resin is the Premiere Resin for all your Epoxy
needs. With pour depths from ¼” thick up to 2”-4” thick PER POUR, this resin
can do it all. Our Bubble-Less Technology means you can pour it and not worry
about bubbles being stuck in your pour. We use nothing but the best ingredients
for the highest clarity, the most UV Protection and the hardest surface of any
epoxy around. All Made in the U.S.A.
OUR 2:1 FORMULA IS EASY TO MEASURE & EVEN EASIER TO POUR!
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Step 1: The ideal working temperature is around 77°F. Best results can be
obtained at temperatures between 70°F and 85°F, in a clean, dry, dust-free
environment. Avoid working in high humidity. We recommend using this product on
a leveled and flat work surface.
Step 2: Measure product in accordance with your intended use. Prepare 2 parts
Base Resin to 1 part Curing Agent by liquid volume. Pour the Curing Agent first
and then the Base Resin into a clean, smooth-sided container large enough to
hold all the liquid and allow room for mixing.
Step 3: The material must be mixed thoroughly for at least 6-8 minutes. Be
sure to scrape the container sides, bottom, and corners as you mix. Be careful
not to whip excessive air into the mixture. If mixing a gallon, use a power
mixer set to “hand speed.” For smaller quantities, use stir sticks. Do not mix
more than a gallon. Pour into a new, clean container and mix for an additional
Step 4: Pour the mixed resin onto the surface and distribute evenly with a
squeegee or gloved hand. Continue to pour remaining material to achieve the
desired thickness, allowing the resin to flow evenly over the project’s sides.
Resin can be poured up to 2” thick per pour, and up to 4” depending on the
volume of the pour.
Step 5: Use a heat source such as a heat gun to remove any bubbles by adding a
small amount of heat to the surrounding area. The bubble will rise to the
surface and pop.
Step 6: If you are going to make a second pour, the first pour should still be
slightly sticky. Once the second pour is made, bubbles may once again need to
be removed. Material will feel hard after 48-72 hours, but full cure and
maximum hardness can require up to 7 days, depending upon the temperature.
PRO TIP: If you wish to apply paper decals or other objects under the
SuperClear 2.0 surface, those objects need to be bonded to the surface either
with SuperClear Epoxy or craft glue. Some wood may take the material well in a
single coat; however, many types of wood require a seal coat to prevent air
bubbles from rising out of the wood and ruining the surface. Older, more porous
pieces of wood may contain both air and moisture that can contaminate the
finish. In this case, the user may first paint on a very thin coat of
SuperClear Table Top Epoxy, allowing that to set before pouring the new layer.