If you’re looking for a durable and resilient coating for a variety of surfaces, liquid glass epoxy is perfect choice. Liquid glass epoxy is a combination of resins and hardeners that, when combined and applied correctly, will provide a strong and protective coating to whatever surface it is applied to.
Before starting, it’s important to ensure that surface you are applying your liquid glass epoxy to is clean and free of any contaminates. Any dirt, dust, or oils will prevent epoxy from setting up correctly. Also, it’s important to make sure that surface is dry, as moisture can also affect curing of epoxy.
To start, mix your liquid glass epoxy according to instructions on package. This usually involves a combination of resin and hardener, which will need to be combined in a certain ratio for epoxy to work properly. Once you have your epoxy mixed, it’s time to apply it to surface.
The easiest way to apply liquid glass epoxy is with a brush or roller. Be sure to apply an even coat and avoid puddling of epoxy. If you are applying a coating to a large surface, you may need to break it up into sections to ensure an even coverage.
Once you have applied epoxy, you need to let it dry. Depending on thickness of epoxy, this could take several hours. If you are in a hurry, you can speed up process by using a heat gun or blow dryer. Just be sure to not overheat epoxy, as this could cause it to not cure completely.
Once epoxy is dry to touch, you can apply a second coat if desired. This will help further ensure an even coating and enhance protection of surface.
That’s all there is to it! Once you’ve completed these steps, your surface should be protected and coated with a durable and resilient layer of liquid glass epoxy.