Epoxy is a Glue or Adhesive. An Epoxy is a two-part adhesive that forms when you mix epoxy resin and hardener. The proportion of hardener is 10% to 100% in Epoxy. It is highly versatile and extremely strong. It is also a gap-filler, which makes it perfect for reconstructions. Epoxy is not colour stable, it gets pale during time.
- Excellent filling power,
- Lower odour, lower vapour pressure,
- Potentially lower risks in processing,
- It can also be used to reinforce marble slabs, penetrate the micro-cracks, or even by welding the glass fibre mesh in the rear part.
- It does not turn yellow even after years.
- On some types of granite, it may enhance the wet effect.
- Low tendency to crystallization.
Keep the container well closed and stored in a cool (temperature below 25°C) and ventilated environment for a maximum period of 12 months from the date of production marked on the tin. Avoid direct.
- Prepare the surface to be treated by cleaning it up and possibly by sanding it with 250 grit sandpaper to make it as uniform as possible.
- Withdraw an appropriate amount of resin and add the required amount of catalyst, according to given ratios and mix.
- Apply a uniform layer with a roller or brush as needed and allow it to dry for as long as necessary.
- The product forms a thin protective film that is completely transparent and does not alter the characteristics of the medium on which it is applied.
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