High-Quality Coating Resins
Whether your looking to coat tables, furniture, kitchen/bartops or floors, EPODEX coating resins are always the best choice for your next project! It is self-levelling, fast-curing and produces the finest possible finish. For example, with our coating resins, you can create smooth & glossy finishes on wood or concrete surfaces.
They are compatible with numerous amounts of our colour pigments allowing you room to get really creative.
Discover our wide range of epoxy colours!
- Can be used on all surfaces such as concrete, screed, wood and more
- Layer thickness: approx. 0,4-1,5mm
- Working time: approx. 120min.
- Curing time: approx. 24h
- Application instructions can be found on this product page
Coatings Resin For Your Next Project
You can use our coating resins for all projects that require a relatively thin and even surface. This applies both to larger areas such as floors and to small projects like jewellery or resin art. You can calculate the exact amount of coating resin you need with our epoxy calculator.
An epoxy coating can be applied to a variety of surfaces. It gives the coated area a glossy, sturdy scratch-resistant finish which protects the surface from moisture and material deterioration. These features make EPODEX products an excellent choice for all kinds of projects.
First Prime, Then Coat
It is recommended to prime the surface before you begin coating with resin. We recommend the EPOXY PRIMER, which consists of 1 component. The WB water-based pigment of your choice is to be added to the 1 component system to colour it. Shake the mixture well and then pour it in a clean plastic roller tray. It is possible to reduce the viscosity of our primer by thinning it. To do this, simply add 5-10% water by weight. Our EPOXY PRIMER has no pot life, in other words, it does not thicken if left in the mixing pot for too long. You do not have to work under time pressure to apply the product.
How-To Apply Coating Resin
You can apply the epoxy primer to the surface to be coated with a foam roller. It seals the surface and prevents high material loss. Afterwards, you must allow the primer to cure, until it is no longer sticky. Then continue in the same way with a coating resin-like EPODEX ECO or EPODEX PRO. To colour the main coating, mix the colour pigments with the resin or the resin-hardener mixture and adjust the colour intensity by adding more or fewer pigments. We recommend adding ca. 1,5% colour pigments to the mixture.
Cast the coating resin to the surface immediately after mixing, as it can boil up in the mixing jug after some time. Work in highlights such as circles, lines or marble patterns if you wish. You can also include embedments such as stones or pennies. When the coating has cured, you can apply a final layer of clear epoxy or polyurethane varnish as a top coat to increase the scratch resistance.