How Do You Clear Epoxy Resin Wood?
From wooden tables to bar tops and stools, wood used in most homes can be costly. If you’re looking for a way to protect your investment from scratches, nicks and moisture damage, consider applying a clear epoxy resin sealer. Unlike other wood sealers, the clear epoxy resin will make its way into the wood and strengthen the fibers. It will also enhance the beauty of the grain and add a glass-like finish. Applying clear epoxy resin to wood takes time, but considering the years of protection you’ll add to your cherished piece, it’s time well spent. Sand the wood surface and wipe away the dust with a tack cloth. Mix the hardener and resin, measuring the exact amounts in graduated measuring cups according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Pour the hardener into the mixing bucket, then the resin. Mix completely with a clean stir stick, until the cloudy, white appearance clears, scraping the sides of the bucket often. This could take up to five minutes. Apply the first coat, also called th