Toni summers
Toni summers
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  • Louisville, KY
Asked on Oct 9, 2017

Dimples in epoxy resin? HELP!

Bob Kilbourn

Answered

so i refinished my countertops and I finally got it to a natural looking marble with paint and after hours of painting and finding the perfect loook, my masterpiece is ruined because my epoxy is dimpled. It dried well. I don't want to sand it cause it whitens the clear coat, is there a way I can try to fill in the dimples? what are my choices?!

1 answer
  • Bob Kilbourn
    on Oct 9, 2017

    dimples are caused by dirt on the surface before you applied the epoxy. sand the surface with fine grit (120) until surface is smooth , wipe clean with a tack rag, followed by wiping with a solvent rag. apply new epoxy and allow to cure.
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