Coat and protect your surfaces with UVPoxy.
UVPoxy is a crystal clear, brilliant surface that accentuates and magnifies the material below it.
UVPoxy is a 100% solids epoxy adhesive that can be used for electrical encapsulation to enhance the performance of potted electronic devices and extend life cycles with high impact resistance. It can be spread easily in thin films that is transparent after curing and provides good mechanical and electrical properties. UVPoxy is suitable for applications ranging from electrical potting to jewelry assembly. Other industries such as Fishing Gaff makers have come to know UVPoxy as a tremendous laminating resin which provides highly moisture resistant bonds meeting the performance requirements of salt water fishing.
UVPoxy is a high performance epoxy also used for bar tops and table tops which produces a high build crystal clear durable finish that resists yellowing, fading or cracking over time. UVPoxy can endure extremely high traffic areas such as experienced by night clubs and restaurants. UVPoxy is perfect for embedding mementos such as coins, photos or other memorabilia, it is also commonly used for see through encapsulation, the making of jewelry and much more. UVPoxy will self-level and can easily be built up to a depth of 1/4" thick layers.
UVPoxy is specifically formulated to resist yellowing caused by sunlight and other ultra violet light sources and to resist scratching, water, and alcohol to provide a long lasting maintenance free protection for your surface.
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For years we looked for a product to protect an 8-foot-diameter octagonal stained glass floor we made for our mudroom. We talked to the owner of The Wood Cycle in Wisconsin, and he told us about EcoPoxy. We searched online for a dealer and ordered. We used a total of 6 liters of EcoPoxy to cover it with several layers. I was worried the heat generated might crack the glass, but it didn't. We followed directions and poured a thin first layer and let it cure for two days before adding the first of four flood coats. The two parts mixed well, and any bubbles disappeared on their own. The directions for use could have been more complete, but we looked up further information online to learn of any tips others might have, and they certainly were helpful. One thing we learned: The flood coat didn't actually "flood" all the way to the edges of our large floor, but by using a combed plastic trowel, we were able to move the mixture to the edges. Another tip: No matter how clean you think your mixing bucket is, don't reuse it. Get one for each pour. The tools we used cleaned up beautifully with just paper towels, then paper towels with isopropyl alcohol to remove any residue. On smaller projects EcoPoxy will work even better. For first-time users who didn't know what they were doing, we now have a beautiful stained glass floor that won't chip or crack, or be covered up with rugs. Highly recommended.