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ProGlas 1000 is a professional-grade table top epoxy resin that produces a tough, high-gloss, water-resistant coating. It is perfect for enhancing and protecting a variety of surfaces, from tables and countertops to art projects and jewelry.

Key Features

1:1 Mix Ratio and Self-Leveling

Simple Mixing: The epoxy resin has a straightforward 1:1 mix ratio, making it easy to use for both beginners and professionals.

Self-Leveling: The resin levels itself for an effortless application, resulting in a smooth, high-gloss finish.

UV Inhibitors and 100% Solids

UV Resistance: Contains UV inhibitors to prevent yellowing and surface degradation from sunlight exposure.

100% Solids: Formulated with 100% solids and no VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), ensuring safety for human health and the environment.

Product Details

Deep, Glass-Like Finish

Professional-Grade: Provides a deep, glass-like finish on sealed surfaces, ideal for multiple pours to achieve added depth and protection.

Extended Open Time: Offers an extended “open time” of up to 50 minutes at 70º F, giving ample time to work with the resin before it sets.

Durability and Application

Tough, High-Gloss Finish: Perfect for creating durable, protective coatings that enhance the appearance of table tops, art surfaces, and more.

Scratch and Water Resistant: Engineered to provide superior scratch and water resistance, ensuring a long-lasting finish.

Usage and Limitations

Versatile Applications: Suitable for table tops, bars, art projects, jewelry, live-edge tables, and countertops.

Climate Considerations: Not recommended for use in freezing climates due to the risk of de-lamination.

Packaging Options

Available Kits: ProGlas 1000 is available in 1-gallon and 2-gallon kits.

Drop-Down Menu: For convenience, a drop-down menu can be provided to select the desired kit size.

Additional Information

Eco-Friendly: The absence of VOCs makes ProGlas 1000 a safe choice for both users and the environment.

Easy to Use: The 1:1 mix ratio and self-leveling properties simplify the application process, ensuring a smooth and professional finish every time.

Crystal-Clear Epoxy Finish

Glossy Look

Achieve a professional, high-gloss finish that enhances the beauty of your surfaces. Our epoxy resin creates a mirror-like surface, reflecting light beautifully and adding a touch of elegance to any project. This glossy finish not only looks stunning but also adds a layer of sophistication, making it perfect for both residential and commercial applications.

Depth and Clarity

Our epoxy provides a glass-like appearance that brings out the natural patterns and colors of the material underneath. The transparency of the resin amplifies the visual depth, making wood grains, pigments, and embedded objects appear more vivid and detailed. This clarity transforms ordinary surfaces into visually striking features, highlighting their inherent beauty and making them the focal point of any space.

Great for Epoxy Tables and River Tables


Our epoxy can be tinted with pigments to create various colors, allowing for personalized designs. You can also embed objects such as shells, stones, or even LED lights within the epoxy layer for unique effects.


Stain Resistance & Heat Resistant: Epoxy surfaces are resistant to stains, and heat, making them ideal for high-use areas such as dining tables and kitchen countertops.


Epoxy creates a waterproof barrier, protecting the wood from moisture damage and extending the life of the table.
 Ease of Maintenance

Simple Cleaning

Maintaining an epoxy table is easy. A damp cloth and mild soap are usually enough to keep the surface clean and shiny.
 Low Upkeep Unlike traditional wood finishes that may require regular refinishing, epoxy maintains its appearance with minimal upkeep.

Common FAQ's

ProGlas 1000 Table Top Epoxy Resin is a high-performance, two-part epoxy system designed for creating crystal-clear, durable, and high-gloss finishes on table tops, bar tops, and other surfaces. It is known for its excellent UV resistance, self-leveling properties, and ease of application.

To apply ProGlas 1000:

1. Preparation: Ensure the surface is clean, dry, and free of dust or oils. Use painter’s tape to protect edges.
2. Mixing: Combine equal parts of resin and hardener. Mix thoroughly for several minutes.
3. Pouring: Pour the mixed epoxy onto the surface, spreading it evenly with a brush or a plastic spreader.
4. Removing Bubbles: Use a heat gun or torch to remove any air bubbles that appear.
5. Curing: Allow the epoxy to cure for 24-48 hours, depending on the environmental conditions.

ProGlas 1000 can be used on various surfaces, including wood, concrete, granite, and other solid surfaces. It is ideal for creating high-gloss finishes on tables, countertops, bar tops, and art projects.

To maintain a ProGlas 1000 epoxy-coated surface:

• Cleaning: Use a mild soap and water solution for regular cleaning. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbing pads.
• Protection: Use coasters and placemats to prevent scratches and heat damage.
• Polishing: For a deeper shine, you can polish the surface with a non-abrasive polishing compound.

Yes, ProGlas 1000 can be tinted with compatible pigments to create custom colors. You can also embed objects like shells, stones, and other decorative items within the epoxy. Ensure that objects are clean and dry before embedding them to avoid bubbles and imperfections.

The ideal pour depth for ProGlas 1000 Table Top Epoxy Resin is typically up to 1/8 inch per pour.

Why is it recommended to pour in multiple layers?

Pouring in multiple layers helps to:

•Prevent Overheating: Pouring too thickly can generate excess heat, potentially leading to bubbling, yellowing, or cracking of the epoxy.
•Ensure Even Curing: Thinner layers cure more evenly and reduce the risk of imperfections.
•Achieve Desired Thickness: By building up layers, you can achieve greater thickness and depth without compromising the integrity of the finish.

How to achieve deeper pours with ProGlas 1000?

To achieve a thicker finish:

1.Pour in Layers: Pour the epoxy in layers, allowing each layer to cure before adding the next. Typically, you should wait 4-6 hours between pours, depending on the environmental conditions.
2.Monitor Temperature: Ensure the workspace is at a stable temperature around 70º F to optimize curing time and reduce the risk of issues.

What if I need to pour thicker layers?

For thicker pours beyond 1/8 inch:

•Specialized Epoxy: Consider using a deep pour epoxy designed specifically for thicker applications. ProGlas 1000 is optimized for table tops and art projects but may not be suitable for very deep pours.

Tips for Best Results

•Preparation: Ensure the surface is clean, dry, and properly sealed before starting.
•Mix Thoroughly: Mix the resin and hardener thoroughly according to the instructions.
•Use a Heat Gun: Use a heat gun or torch to remove bubbles after each pour.
•Patience: Allow sufficient curing time between layers to achieve a flawless finish.

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