Epoxy Coverage In Square Feet

Based on two different techniques. Put in your consideration you may would like to make a small sample before you start with your project. It is always a good idea to have some extra.

 

 

 

SQUARE FEET

STANDARD POUR (oz)

STANDARD POUR
(GALLON)

DIRTY POUR (oz)

DIRTY POUR (GALLON)

10 60 oz 1/2 Gallon 70 oz 1 Gallon
20 120 oz 1 Gallon 140 oz 2 Gallon
40 240 oz 2 Gallon 280 oz 3 Gallon
60 360 oz 3 Gallon 420 oz 4 Gallon
70 420 oz 4 Gallon 490 oz 4 Gallon
80 480 oz 4 Gallon 560 oz 5 Gallon
100 600 oz 5 Gallon 700 oz 6 Gallon
120 720 oz 6 Gallon 840 oz 7 Gallon
140 840 oz 7 Gallon 980 oz 8 Gallon
160 960 oz 8 Gallon 1120 oz 9 Gallon
180 1080 oz 9 Gallon 1260 oz 10 Gallon
200 1200 oz 10 Gallon 1400 oz 11 Gallon
220 1320 oz 11 Gallon 1540 oz 13 Gallon
240 1440 oz 12 Gallon 1680 oz 14 Gallon
260 1560 oz 13 Gallon 1820 oz 15 Gallon
280 1680 oz 14 Gallon 1960 oz 16 Gallon
300 1800 oz 15 Gallon 2100 oz 17 Gallon
320 1920 oz 15 Gallon 2240 oz 18 Gallon
340 2040 oz 16 Gallon 2380 oz 19 Gallon
360 2160 oz 17 Gallon 2520 oz 20 Gallon
380 2280 oz 18 Gallon 2660 oz 21 Gallon
400 2400 oz 19 Gallon 2800 oz 22 Gallon

The STANDARD POUR

First pour is what we call the designer coat, meaning this is the pour with the colour design, when mixing the standard pour, use your square feet and multiply it by 3oz/square feet. The next coat is your “Clear Epoxy Top Coat” this coat is for protecting the designer coat for damage. it is much easier to repair your topcoat as your designer coat. A kitchen countertop is a workbench, we always keep an eye on our countertop, oops can happen, we are all humans.

Dirty Pour

Dirty pour is another technique where we mix multiple colours together, for this reason we do recommend 4oz/square feet for your designer coat and 3oz/square feet for your top coat.