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24 hours for good result 48 hours is the best if you do not have to touch it I would live it for 48 hours
Amazon Customer
· April 7, 2020
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A single two-gallon kit will give you a maximum of 24 square feet (64 fluid ounces for the initial seal coat & 192 fluid ounces for the final (flood) coat. If you ensure that the working surface is level and let the resin run over the edges (which is recommended) then it will naturally even out at 1/8".
Wes T
· August 29, 2019
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I did a 8’x 2’ piece of live edge maple with 8 coats and had 1/2 a gallon of each left over
Amazon Customer
· September 7, 2020
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1 gallon each. If you buy the 1 gallon kit, it would be 1/2 gallon each.
Mars
· July 24, 2019
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yes.
Alex Niedbala
· February 17, 2020
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fill to the top 24 haurs later sand and finalcode
Alex Niedbala
· July 24, 2019
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yes.
Alex Niedbala
· February 17, 2020
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Moi je l'utilise a l intérieur seulement mais, jamais essayé à l extérieur .
Gunner
· December 11, 2019
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There’s something definitely wrong. It should be of a regular viscosity just about the same consistency of the “B” bottle 🤔
Jose Carvalho
· February 4, 2021
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I use this resin for smaller crafts and not for table tops however I would recommend layering in 1/4 inch intervals, letting it cure for 24 hours or until completely hardened before adding a second layer if you're doing a large project. If you don't let each layer harden completely before adding another, your project w… see more I use this resin for smaller crafts and not for table tops however I would recommend layering in 1/4 inch intervals, letting it cure for 24 hours or until completely hardened before adding a second layer if you're doing a large project. If you don't let each layer harden completely before adding another, your project will likely be a disaster. Good luck. see less I use this resin for smaller crafts and not for table tops however I would recommend layering in 1/4 inch intervals, letting it cure for 24 hours or until completely hardened before adding a second layer if you're doing a large project. If you don't let each layer harden completely before adding another, your project will likely be a disaster. Good luck.
Lindy C
· March 19, 2020