FR1 Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin | 1 gallon kit

FR1-1GLk – Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin for bars and tables. (1 gallon kit)

FR1 Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin to use on river tables, bar counter tops and table tops - 1 gallon kit - by FIBERS & RESINS

FR1-1GLk – Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin for bars and tables. (1 gallon kit)

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$73.55

Crystal clear epoxy resin by FIBERS & RESINS. Especially formulated for bars and tables. (1 gallon kit | includes: 1/2 gallon resin and 1/2 gallon hardener total 128 ounces). FREE Shipping UPS Ground in the Continental US.


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  • Description
  • Easy to use
  • HOW MUCH WILL YOU NEED
  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SEAL COAT AND A FLOOD COAT?

The #1 choice for professionals, artisans and do-it-yourselfers the FR1 is a crystal clear epoxy resin is a clear polymer coating that is mixed at a 1 to 1 ratio. The FR1 cures to a clear, high build, glass like finish that resists scratching, yellowing and will not distort with age. You’ve seem this product on bar counters, table tops, pennies tables and bottle cap tables, river tables and on art pieces to protect and finish the piece. It will not blush or sweat out under high humidity conditions. However, we recommend it for indoor use only.  Please note that although the FR1 will resist yellowing better than other epoxies it is NOT 100% UV resistant. Continuous outdoor UV exposure over months or years will cause the finish to lose its gloss, cause gradual changes in color and possibly warp.   To have a better idea of the amount of product you would need, use our project calculator.

  1. Measure equal parts of resin and hardener.
  2. Gently mix together.
  3. Pour over leveled surface.
  4. Burst bubbles.
  5. Let it cure.

For more instructions on how to use the FR1 Crystal Clear Epoxy Resin please see our Products FAQ section.

How much FR1 Crystal Clear epoxy should you buy will depend on the size of your project. To make it easy for you, we’ve created a calculator that will help you without using a mathematic formula. But if you want the formula, you can get it here. Please see the “Small Project Calculator” if you’re using inches or the “LARGE Project Calculator” if you’re using feet measurements.

[porto_container]Wood needs to be sealed to prevent air in the pores from turning into very little bubbles when you apply the flood coat. The seal coat is a thin brushed on layer that is used for this purpose. For most applications the wood surface on the bar or table should be sanded first, cleaned and dust free before applying the seal coat. Keep in mind that very porous woods, such as barn wood, may require several seal coats. In this case, you may be better off using a polyurethane to seal the wood, since it’s not as easily absorbed as the epoxy. If you use polyurethane, please wait 48 hours before you pour your first flood coat of epoxy resin.[/porto_container]


[porto_container]The flood coat is poured and self-levels at approximately 1/8 of an inch thickness. If depths thicker than 1/8 of an inch are desired, multiple coats are necessary. However, keep in mind that after 1/2 of an inch thickness, the epoxy will have a slight amber color to it. Also, you must wait at least 4 hours between each epoxy seal coat and each additional flood coat. You want the surface to still be tacky, when you apply each coat. If the seal or flood coat dried before you could apply your additional coat or if you’re using stains, please read our Product FAQs for further guidelines.[/porto_container]


[porto_container]Note: Not all surfaces require a seal coat. If you’re not sure, feel free to ask us by e-mail or call us, text us or fax us on our toll-free 1(844) MYEPOXY (only for US mainland and CA.[/porto_container]