Stone Coat Gallon Epoxy Kits

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This is the material we use to create our Stone Coat Countertops and Wood Slab Tops. Watch our how-to videos to learn to make your own amazing surfaces! This product is formulated for this purpose and is only found here! Stone Coat Countertop 2 Gallon Kit will cover 40+ square feet of surface for both the Color FLOOD coat and Clear FLOOD coat ( about 3oz of Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy per Square Foot per coat).

If you are doing a Wood Slab you will need to seal with a thin layers of Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy before the flood coating. We use 1oz per Square Foot to SEAL wood slabs. We like to apply 2-3 seal coats on raw wood slabs before we apply our Flood Coat. MDF needs no seal coats. We like to sand and polish our slabs and countertops to bring them to the most high end look and feel possible. This is optional and many customers are happy with their results with out the extra work.

½ Gallon Countertop Epoxy kit is meant for a bathroom to do 10 sq ft.

1 Gallon Countertop Epoxy kit is meant for a small kitchen that’s 20 sq ft.

Each 2 Gallon kit of Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy will cover between 40-50 sqft. Most Popular

4 Gallon Countertop Epoxy kit is meant for a large kitchen that’s 60 sq ft.

Do not pour this material over 1/8" per coat, for deep thick pours use our casting resin.

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Countertop Epoxy Made Easy with our Half One or 2 Gallon Epoxy Kits

Do you want to add stunning flair to your countertops, or simply refresh the look of your kitchen or bathroom for a fraction of the usual cost? Look no further than our gorgeous, easy-to-use countertop epoxy. Our countertop epoxy is Food safe, UV resistant, heat resistant and our epoxy resin is designed to create the look of expensive granite or marble right over your existing countertops while staying budget friendly.

Our Countertop Epoxy is around 10% of the cost of new laminate while much less than alternatives. For around 10% and your time of a day or two you can be redoing your whole kitchen saving your self thousands.  

Let’s face it, DIY countertops are way more fun and you can make inexpensive practice boards to get the look of your dreams before you get a larger kit. Your project is then fully customizable, so you can create whatever look best suits your space, mixing and matching colors, adding metallic powder, epoxy dyes or simply replicating a classic look you love like Carrara Marble, Black Marble or White Quartz.

People love starting with their bathroom using our ½ gallon countertop epoxy kit and a practice board to show off their skills to friends. Not feeling your artistic side that’s fine we have all kinds of people making thing’s from basic mostly white to complex designs that emulate stone that would be 10’s of thousands of dollars.

Our array of color options provides limitless possibilities and versatility for your interior design needs. Go modern with a metal edge around your mdf countertops with slate or emulate the sparkle you see in a quartz with countertop epoxy that’s fun and flexible.

One classic, eye-catching combination can be found in our Carrara marble countertop epoxy kit, which will help you create a luxurious white metallic countertop with veins of black shimmering like little crystals are embedded into the countertop. The look will elevate your kitchen or bathroom design to the next level and is around 1/10th of the cost for our kit than the cost of laminate.

Epoxy Countertop Steps

Start with two layers of epoxy undercoat sanding and cleaning in between. Once you’ve poured out two layers of the epoxy undercoat, you can start your color coat of epoxy. Use the white metallic to cover most of the countertop and then veins of black epoxy to marbleize the design to your own desires and specifications. By the time you’re done, no one will ever be able to guess you have DIY countertops.

This affordable alternative to stone countertops is highly durable and prone to far less damage—such as chipping, scratching, or staining—than natural stone. The epoxy resin hardens into a solid surface designed to withstand years of dropped pans, dragged pots, and food spillage and still maintain its luster. Should the epoxy countertops start to dull over time, you can easily restore their shine with our polishing kit to make them look as good as new.

The marble epoxy kits come in a range of sizes, from ½ a gallon to 4 gallons, so you can tackle a home project of any size. And, since Stone Coat countertop epoxy is designed with DIYers in mind, we’ve provided how-to videos and step-by-step instructions to ensure your projects are truly as easy to complete as possible. We have step by step pdf's, videos of our full process or in our training center we have steps broken out for tutorials in short digestable pieces to make you an epoxy countertop pro. 

So Remember.............You got this!