Take your table top, countertop, and bartop projects to the next level with Liquid Stone Ultra UV - the two-part clear epoxy resin system that delivers unbeatable clarity, durability, and UV resistance. With the addition of our Ultra UV inhibitors - hindered amine light stabilizers that protect against the harmful effects of UV rays - Liquid Stone Ultra UV delivers up to 10 times longer lasting clarity compared to Liquid Stone and similar competing products when tested in a simulated UV testing machine.
Perfect for anyone who demands the best in affordability, clarity, and performance, Liquid Stone Ultra UV is the ideal choice for coating bartops, tabletops, and countertops. And with a mixed viscosity of 6200 cP, it's thick enough to stay put while still flowing smoothly and evenly over any surface.
Unlike other epoxy resins, Liquid Stone Ultra UV is formulated to withstand the damaging effects of UV rays, making it an ideal choice for indoor and outdoor projects alike. And with its affordability and ease of use, Liquid Stone Ultra UV is the perfect solution for anyone looking to create stunning, long-lasting table tops, countertops, and bartops without breaking the bank.
Best of all, Liquid Stone Ultra UV does not require a UV light to cure, making it easy and convenient to use for all of your epoxy resin needs. So whether you're a professional contractor or a DIY enthusiast, Liquid Stone Ultra UV is the clear choice for high-quality, affordable table top epoxy that will take your projects to the next level.
✔️ 30 Minute Working Time
✔️ Dry in 10-12 Hours
✔️ 1:1 Mixing Ratio by Volume
✔️ High Gloss Finish
☀️ Industry Leading UV Resistance
✔️ Made in the US
✔️ No VOC
Step 1. Calculate Surface Area and Check Level
Using a tape measure, measure the square feet of your surface (Length x Width) and then input this information into the Epoxy Resin Coverage Calculator. If you plan to do a dirty pour or add colorant, you may want to increase the required epoxy resin by 5-25%. After calculating the amount of epoxy resin that your project will require, make sure that your surface is completely level and adjust as needed. A level surface is very important.
Step 2. Prepare for Mixing
Gather your epoxy resin, mixing supplies, and personal protective equipment. We recommend at the very least using nitrile gloves, safety glasses, clothing to protect from spills. Be sure to use epoxy resin in a well-ventilated room or use an air-purifying respirator.
Step 3. Cover Cabinets and Floors with Plastic
Before applying epoxy resin to the surface utilize plastic sheeting to cover any surfaces that epoxy resin could get on. We recommend applying tape to the backsplash/wall, plastic on the floor, as well as plastic covering all cabinets. Be mindful of where you walk to ensure you do not track epoxy resin outside of your work area.
Step 4. Pour Epoxy Resin into a Mixing Container
Measure your desired amount of epoxy resin at a 1:1 ratio by volume into a graduated mixing cup. Pour the resin first, allow it a moment to settle, and then follow up with an equal amount of hardener.
Step 5. Mix Thoroughly for Four Minutes
Mix the two parts together for a total of four minutes. Be sure to scrape the bottom and sides of the container while mixing so that there is no un-mixed epoxy resin. Aggressive mixing can introduce excessive air, stir slowly but thoroughly. Continue to stir until the epoxy resin no longer has ribbons and returns to clear.
Step 6. Apply to Surface
Apply the epoxy resin to your surface immediately after mixing. You can do this by using your gloved hand, a foam roller, a brush, a trowel, and many other tools. Make sure that epoxy resin completely covers the surface. Using your gloved hand or spreading utensil, apply epoxy resin to the sides of the surface (if necessary).
If you do not apply enough epoxy resin it may pull away from the edge. If you apply too much epoxy resin it can drip off or run to one end depending on the surface.
Step 7. Use a Torch or Heat Gun to Remove Trapped Air
Quickly sweep a propane torch or heat gun across the surface being sure to keep the flame 6-8 inches away from the surface. Do not overheat the epoxy resin or hold the heat in one spot for too long. We recommend heating the epoxy resin only during the working time, do not apply heat once the working time has passed. After eliminating bubbles allow the epoxy resin time to cure in the appropriate environment (listed in Technical Data below).
It is very important that the epoxy resin has a consistent curing temperature throughout the entire curing process. Keep in mind that curing the epoxy resin in a warmer environment will yield a more durable surface. We recommend a maximum of 120° F and a minimum of 75° F.
Ensure that you are working in a well-ventilated room or using an air-purifying respirator.
Tip: Hate those pesky drips? Wait a couple of hours after applying the epoxy resin and return with a spreader or knife and push the tool up against the bottom of the surface while simultaneously pulling the tool from side to side at a slight angle. The epoxy resin will have thickened up enough where it will no longer drip and you will not need to sand the drips off the following day.
Step 8. Apply Additional Layers
We recommend applying at least two layers of epoxy resin for added surface protection. There are two ways of adding additional layers of epoxy resin to the existing layer.
1. Apply the next layer while the last layer is still tacky to the touch. Allow the first layer to dry for 3-6 hours and lightly touch it with a gloved hand. If the epoxy resin coating feels tacky without pulling up like taffy, you can apply an additional layer at this time. Applying an additional layer while the previous layer is still tacky gives you a chemical bond.
2. Apply the next layer after the last layer has dried for 24 hours. Lightly sand the last layer with 220 grit sandpaper, remove any debris from sanding, and apply an additional layer starting with Step 1. Applying an additional layer after sanding will give you a mechanical bond.
Both methods are excellent options for applying additional layers. The chemical bond will allow you to complete your project faster, while the mechanical bond may allow you to remove any surface imperfections before the final coat.
Stainless Steel Tumblers
Surfaces that require a durable top-coat with added UV resistance
Ideal Curing Temperature - 75°F - 80°F
Working Time - 30 Minutes
Dry to Touch - 10-12 Hours
Full Cure - 72 Hours
Maximum Recommended Coating Thickness - 1/8"
Maximum Recommended Casting Thickness - 1/4"
Temperature Resistance - 475°F
Shelf Life (Unopened) - 12 Months
Shelf Life (Opened) - 6 Months (Depending on environment)
Shore D Hardness - 82
32oz Kit = 16 ounces Resin + 16 ounces Hardener
64oz Kit = 32 ounces Resin + 32 ounces Hardener
1 Gallon Kit = 64 ounces Resin + 64 ounces Hardener
2 Gallon Kit* = 128 ounces Resin + 128 ounces Hardener
* (Shipped in multiple 64oz Containers for ease of use, may be occasionally sent in 128oz containers if 64oz containers are unavailable at the time)
This is fabulous resin, easy to work with, forgiving, cooperative and a phenomenal finish in the end. Love this!
I have tried mini resins, and KS seems to be the best so far in ease of use, durability, and overall performance. Very happy!
I have been using KResin for 3 years now and swear by the Liquid Art Ultra UV, Stone Coat and Liquidy Split. They have never let me down
Love this. Perfect for my ocean tables. The thicker viscosity seems to hold the creeks better for me and extra uv protection for the white
KSRESIN is the only resin I use. Ease of use, low bubble, hard surface and excellent UV protection is the only resin I use for my lazy susans.
Love this resin. This is my go to only resin I use to topcoat ALL my products. Best heat resistance for coasters and trays. Dries crystal clear.
This resin is very viscous, cures quickly and is crystal clear when cured. It is very heat resistant, making it a perfect choice for coasters. Highly recommend.
I have tried a couple other epoxy brands and this is by far my favorite.
I use this resin for just about everything I do in resin, and that’s a lot!
I’d recommend this to anyone wanting to do countertops