2. Fully cured in 30 days. It can take up to 30 days before reaching maximum durability.
3. We recommend using hot pads/coasters for coffee mugs, hot pans, pots, etc.
4. Dust once a week. The best way to maintain your epoxy top is to run a soft cloth over it once a week. This removes dirt and dust gently, which prevents scratches and protects your countertops.
5. Clean spills immediately with a soft cloth. Oil, chemicals, or even just water left to sit for too long can damage your epoxy top. Clean any spills as soon as you see them using a soft towel or cloth. You can use a gentle cleanser--such as Windex--if a spill is sticky or leaves a film.
6. Choose a cleaning solution: a non-toxic, biodegradable cleanser (like Simple Green), can be used.
When prepared with the right amount of water, these cleansers are safe and effective for epoxy Countertops.
7. Maximum temperature limits Epoxy countertops.
-Dry heat 110º C (230º F)
-Spills 66º C (150º F)
8. Epoxy Countertops has a very durable surface. Epoxy Countertop epoxy is scratch and heat resistant. As with all countertop surfaces, it's possible to damage Epoxy countertop, however, the epoxy countertop process makes those small repairs simple.
9. No epoxy is heat or fire proof. For those who want to know if they can set a hot pan on the counter once it's been coated, NO – you cannot set a hot pan on any counter usually unless it's a concrete counter that hasn't been sealed yet and even then it could mess it up.
We provide a 3-year warranty on workmanship and peel. Warranty does not cover wear , tear and scratches. In the case of uncertainty, please forward some pictures by email for a free evaluation. We will do our best to fix the issues not covered by the warranty for a very nominal fee.