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Instructions for Primer
- We recommend a working temperature of approx. 60°F.
- The surface should be dust-free, clean, and even. Level out holes, unevenness, and slopes in advance with levelling compound.
- Always start with our EPOXY PRIMER. Mix the paint well before use.
- Pour the material into a paint tray after mixing.
- Roll the material onto the desired surface with a paint roller.
- Allow the primer to dry (approx. 8-12 hours).
Instructions for Main Coat
- Plan a quantity of resin and hardener for each colour. We recommend to use 95% of your resin and hardener for the base color FLAME COPPER, and 5% for the highlight color DARK BROWN.
- First, prepare a mixture for the base color FLAME COPPER.
- Mix the resin (A) with the hardener (B) in a ratio of 2:1 (e.g., 2gal resin + 1gal hardener).
- Ideally, transfer the material to a clean mixing bucket and stir again. This will ensure that the resin (A) and hardener (B) are completely mixed together.
- Add the supplied FLAME COPPER metallic powder to the resin/hardener mixture.
- Pour the material onto the surface immediately after mixing, as the product can boil up in the mixing bucket.
- Apply the material with a squeegee and foam roller flooding the entire surface.
- Now mix the highlight color DARK BROWN in the same way and incorporate it wet in wet on the basecoat.
- The main coating is cured after 16-24h.
Info: Epoxy resin is sensitive to any kind of moisture during curing (risk of amine blush formation, i.e. white patches in the top layer). For this reason, we recommend that you avoid any contact between water and the epoxy until it has cured completely (at least 7 days). For thin layers, cold temperatures (ambient, substrate, and resin temperatures below 60°F) and increased humidity, the time until the epoxy resin is fully cured may be extended.
Total Thickness for Floors and Other Surfaces: 1/16”
- Priming with EPOXY PRIMER: approx. 0.65oz/sqft
- Main Layer: approx. 4oz/sqft
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Note: Please note that due to different lighting conditions and monitors, the colors may not be uniformly displayed.