do you put anything on top of your epoxy to make it more scratch resistant?
Also what can be done is giving the countertop a good wax job. Like turtle wax hard shell or other good wax. If you use the epoxy I'm talking about,apply it not to thick and give it a good wax it really won't scratch easy. The complaints I get are hot cups that leave rings never about scratches. On the subject of scratches two things can be done about them. Another epoxy layer or using scratch removal equipment the same as you see the headlight restoration or glass repair guys using. I got a kit one time and I did remove a scratch however I think I could put another coat of epoxy on faster if I had multibile scratches to fix.
Deb Carson said:do you put anything on top of your epoxy to make it more scratch resistant?
Fiberglass Coatings Incorporated (UV Table Top Epoxy)What is your epoxy and how can I get some?
Several companies make a product called polyasparticurea. It is four times stronger than epoxy, goes down easier, sets up MUCH faster and is probably the most bullet proof sealer there is. You have to work fast, but you are not constrained by tempertaure. I made a sample yesterday with it..and it looks like glass!