Bar Top Finishing Ideas
In general, epoxy resins have protective characteristics like scratch resistance and water resistance. However, there are particular features of epoxy resins, which make them specifically practical for bar top finishing ideas.
Thickness Of Epoxy
A thin watery epoxy is perfect for epoxy bar top ideas. In particular, thinner epoxies will auto-level as soon as you pour it, decreasing the risk of uneven protection.
Slow Yellowing And UV Safe
In general, epoxies will yellow, cloud, and even chalk in response to UV light. As a result, in case you wish to keep a clear finish on your bar top, you should check out a slow yellowing epoxy.
Heat And Chemical Resistance
Various epoxies don’t respond well to heat. At the point when a hot object like a cup of tea comes into contact with the epoxy, it might cause denting, morphing, or clouding of the surface. However, a few epoxies are heat resistant and would be a perfect decision for bars that serve hot beverages.
After blending the two epoxy parts (typically called part A and part B), the chemical response will deliver a great deal of heat. Keep in mind that the thicker the epoxy layer you apply, the higher the measure of heat emitted. For instance, a 1/2 inch thick layer will usually be hotter than a 1/4 inch thick layer.
This factor boils down to stylish inclination, but before buying, you must think about how glossy you want your epoxy coating to be. For instance, some top epoxies provide satin or matte finishes; thus, your decision only relies on the level of glossiness!
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