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FAQ ProGlas 1105 Deep Pour Epoxy Resin

January 2024 | Dallin Leach

Are you a DIY enthusiast looking for a high-quality, deep pour epoxy resin to create beautiful and long-lasting projects? Meet ProGlas 1105 - the perfect solution for all your crafting needs. This versatile and high-performance resin is perfect for a wide range of projects, including stunning countertops, woodwork, and artwork. To help you get started, we've put together this frequently asked questions guide to ProGlas 1105. From preparation, application, and safety precautions to clean-up, curing times, and more, we've got you covered. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about ProGlas 1105!
What is a deep pour epoxy resin?

Epoxy resin is a thermosetting polymer that is mixed with a hardener to create a strong, durable finish. Deep pour epoxy resin, as the name suggests, is a type of epoxy resin used for thick pours of 1/4 inch to several inches deep. It's ideal for creating custom-sized countertops, bar tops, and river tables. It can be poured over any material - wood, stone, metal, and concrete. 

What are the benefits of using ProGlas 1105?

ProGlas 1105 offers numerous benefits, including:

- It is self-leveling, which means you don’t have to worry about lumps or        unevenness.
- It has a UV blocker that reduces yellowing and increases durability.
- It has high clarity and a glossy finish that adds depth to any project.
- It is food safe and has no VOCs.

How do I prepare for a deep pour epoxy resin pour?

Before you start the pour, make sure you're working in a well-ventilated area with a temperature of around 70-85 degrees Fahrenheit (21-29 degrees Celsius). It's crucial to prepare your surface before pouring. Ensure it's clean, dry, and free of dust and debris. Also, ensure it's level, so your pour doesn't flow towards only one side. If your resin is cold, put in a warm bath before using.

What are the safety precautions to keep in mind when using ProGlas 1105?

It's essential to wear protective gloves, goggles, and a respiratory mask when working with ProGlas 1105. Ensure that you're working in a well-ventilated area and aren't consuming any food or drinks in the workspace. Keep small children and pets out of the way until the product is completely dry.

How do I use ProGlas 1105?

For a step by step guide, you can check out our ProGlas 1105 user guide- HERE.

How can I ensure a successful pour?

To ensure a successful pour, you need to take the following measures:

- Mix the resin and hardener accurately
- Pour in a dust-free and moisture-free environment
- Ensure the surface temperature is between 70-85°F
- Do not pour in a humid environment

What should I do if I encounter bubbles while pouring ProGlas 1105?

Air bubbles can occur while pouring ProGlas 1105. To get rid of them, use a heat gun or propane torch to release the trapped air. 

How long does it take for ProGlas 1105 to set and cure?

ProGlas 1105 takes anywhere from 48 to 72 hours to set completely. Wait approximately a week for resin to harden enough to handle it. Be patient and don't touch your project during this time as any disruptions can cause imperfections in the finish.

How do I clean up after using ProGlas 1105?

Use denatured alcohol or acetone to clean up any excess ProGlas 1105 from your workspace. Ensure it's dry and thoroughly clean before moving on to another project.


ProGlas 1105 is an excellent choice for anyone looking to create deep and clear pours for their DIY projects. By following the instructions and ensuring that your surface is well-prepared, you can achieve a smooth and glossy finish. Additionally, the durability and heat-resistant properties of ProGlas 1105 mean that your project will maintain its beauty for years to come. So, don’t hesitate to give it a try!

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