Bar & Table Top Epoxy 1:1 Ratio
1 Gallon Kit

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1-Gallon Kit: 1/2-Gal A & 1/2-Gal B

WiseBond® Bar & Table Top Epoxy is a super wet gloss epoxy for bar and table top epoxy coating. This wood and concrete counter top epoxy is a self-leveling high gloss finish epoxy that is UV stable for surface flood coatings.

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This thin pour epoxy produces a rich super gloss look and is typically used for a 1/8 in. thick finish coat for bar tops, tables, river tables and most any table or counter top surface. It delivers a flood coat ideal for applications requiring a high level of see through transparency and high gloss. It can also be tinted with mica powders, dyes and alcohol pigments for stunning faux table top finishes.

WiseBond® Bar & Table Top Epoxy features a 1:1 mix ratio and a low exothermic reaction cure, giving plenty of time to perfect your wood table project. It has virtually no odor and can be used indoors without ventilation or bulky respiration equipment.

  • Super wet gloss
  • Self-leveling flood coat
  • Low heat & low odor
  • Zero VOC & food safe
  • Bar tops & counter tops
  • River & Live edge table coating
  • High UV resistance
  • Crystal clear, high gloss
  • Easy to use
  • 100% solids

NOTE: WiseBond® Epoxies are VOC-Free. WiseBond® des not have an FDA approval certifying direct, long-term contact with food. It is not antimicrobial. Epoxy is not safe to ingest (liquid or cured). Do not cut on or prepare raw food on epoxy surfaces. Food or beverages should be kept away while it is in a liquid pre-cured state. It is NOT to be eaten, drank or consumed in any manner in either liquid or cured form.

Epoxy in its “clear cured form” is considered safe for incidental food contact in accordance with the FDA CFR Title 21 Sec. 175.300 Resinous and Polymeric Coatings.

Once epoxy is fully cured for 30 days, it is an inert plastic and should be fine for incidental exposure to food if all mixing instructions and directions have been followed as stated on the label and online.

NOTE: By the incorporation of colorants or objects, this may alter the epoxy’s safety, non-toxicity, and non-flammability which may compromise any safety designation. When in doubt, add a thin layer of “clear” epoxy as a final coating to encapsulate the underlying epoxy in question.

Epoxy can and will melt when exposed to a flame and can catch fire. Always keep away from heat and open flames. When exposed to higher temperatures, a maximum of 120F (50C) should be adhered to at all times.


Each epoxy kit includes a resin (Part A) and a hardener (Part B). The 1 Gallon Kit includes 1/2 gallon of resin and 1/2 gallon of hardener. Mix equal parts of A and B together. Mix thoroughly for three (3) minutes and apply to the surface between 77°F- 85°F. Allow 24 hours between pouring additional layers. Wait 3 days for a full cure and 30 days for a full hard cure.


Never pour A & B into a container without measuring proper ratios.
Mix for the time indicated on the bottle, making sure to scrape the sides occasionally. Mix in any colorants until you acheive desired saturation.
Continue until the epoxy has a single consistency (no streaks or swirls) and use immediately.

Part A - CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65: WARNING: Chemicals known to cause cancer: None.

Part B - CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65: WARNING: This product can expose you to the chemical (Propylene Oxide CAS 75-56-9) which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.



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