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Countertop FX – 100% Solids Countertop Epoxy
Metallic 3DFX Powder
221 WB Matte FX Topcoat

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Countertop FX Epoxy

Countertop FX Epoxy

Proudly Made In The USA! Countertop FX epoxy has been a trusted name in the epoxy coating industry since 2012. Heat resistant, virtually scratch-proof, and one of the most highly UV stable epoxies on the market today!

Creating epoxy countertops with Countertop FX epoxy is not only fun, but it has turned into one of the most lucrative businesses in the last 5 years.

With a little bit of practice, you too can create designs that will absolutely stun your customers!

Countertop FX epoxy can be used to mimic real granite, quartz, marble, soapstone, and solid surfaces. Each countertop is unique in its creation and can never be duplicated. Just like our Xtreme FX metallic floors, no two countertops will ever the same. No matter how hard you try, you could never duplicate an epoxy countertop!

Who can install an epoxy countertop? Absolutely anyone!!!

Easy AND Fun!

It takes very little practice to create one-of-a-kind countertop creations. Countertop FX epoxy does all the hard work for you. With amazing flow capabilities, your patterns will simply fall into place and develop a life of their own.

Countertop FX epoxy gives you an impressive 60 minutes to create your masterpiece. That’s plenty of time to get your creative juices flowing!

Just as it is with a metallic floor, the key to a successful epoxy countertop is starting with an epoxy that’s been specifically formulated for epoxy countertops. Countertop FX removes the guesswork. You get the same great results every single time.

Our Countertop FX is a 100% solids epoxy designed with you in mind. It is easy to use for both professional countertop contractors and DIYers alike. Our unique formula continues to impress hundreds of professionals and homeowners across the country.

Combined with our Metallic 3DFX, your countertop project will be as unique as you.

The Epoxy FX support system is the absolute best! Need product advice? Give us a call anytime and we’ll make sure you get the expert knowledge you need to succeed.

Countertop FX – Easy To Install

Countertop FX PouringCountertop FX epoxy can literally be installed by anyone! It doesn’t matter what your skill level is. If you can follow simple guidelines, you too can have one of the most sought after countertops in decades.

Is there a secret to installing a great countertop? You bet there is! It all starts with an idea… and great Countertop FX epoxy!

Countertop FX epoxy can be installed over numerous materials, we just don’t recommend pouring over 1/8″ at a time. For projects requiring more than 1/8″ of epoxy, use our Casting Resin FX.

  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Granite
  • Copper
  • Stainless Steel
  • Ceramic
  • Laminate
  • Formica
  • Quartz
  • Bamboo
  • Marble
  • Porcelain
  • Metal
  • Corian
  • Pennies
  • Bottle Caps
  • Stickers
  • Pictures
  • Paper
  • Labels
  • Shells
  • Rocks and more!

This is just a small list of what Countertop FX epoxy can be poured over.

If you’re looking to create a metallic countertop, you won’t find a better countertop epoxy anywhere. Designed to be heat resistant, Eco friendly, UV resistant, Renewable, easy to use, rock hard, food-safe, Zero VOC, and chemical resistant.

Creating With Countertop FX

Countertop FX Epoxy

We recommend using 3 ounces of Countertop FX epoxy for every square foot. For seal coats on raw wood, use 1 ounce for every square foot. Apply a minimum of 2 seal coats. For most other materials, a 2nd seal coat is not necessary. When the seal coats are dry, flood the area using 3 ounces per square foot.

The seal coat is just a small amount of epoxy that is usually brushed on in thin layers. The idea is to seal any existing pores in the surface. This prevents air bubbles from forming in the flood coat that follows.

Countertop FX is crystal clear even at 1/8″ thick.

Your countertops should be as unique as you are! Simply put, our countertop epoxy has been designed with you in mind. It continues to be used throughout the United States by homeowners and professional contractors alike.