DIY – How to Apply Clear Epoxy Resin – “Liquid Glass”

An Adventures At Home, LLC video! Do you want that ultra-glossy bar top look on your wood projects? Then look no further than this step by step video. We’ll walk you through every step to make sure your projects turn out perfect the first time. Even if you have worked with two-part clear coat epoxy before and got mediocre results, our tips and tricks may change your mind on working with this finishing product again.

Here is a link to the clear coat that we used in this video:
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Question of the video: Any ideas for projects you can finish with clear coat epoxy?

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***Video Notes and Gear Used***:

1. Camera Sony A7II Full Frame Mirrorless:
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2. Lens - Sony FE 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 Full Frame E-Mount:
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3. Microphone - Fifine Wireless Microphone System:
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4. Lighting - Neewer 24x24 Soft Box Lighting Kit:
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This video was edited by Adobe Premiere Elements 2018:
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About this video: In this video we show you how to use two-part clear coat epoxy to get an ultra-durable, ultra-glossy finish on your projects. You can get the fantastic “bar-top” look with a little bit of effort and some patience. This product is perfect if you need something that is more durable and UV-resistant the standard polyurethane. We will walk you through every step of the way including: Prepping your project, applying an initial thin coat, getting your mix perfect, applying the flood coat, getting rid of any bubbles and how to keep dust off of your project while the epoxy cures. The process may seem tedious, but the finished product is well worth the effort!
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