24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy Guide
Deep Pour Epoxy Resin Charcuterie Board

24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy Guide

At Super Epoxy Resin Systems, we proudly introduce our cutting-edge product, the 24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy. This high-performance epoxy resin is specifically designed for those who demand the best in clarity, durability, and ease of use.

What is Deep Pour Epoxy?

Deep pour epoxy is a unique type of epoxy resin that can be poured in thicker layers compared to standard epoxy. This characteristic allows users to achieve stunning effects and create larger projects with fewer pours.

To learn more about Deep Pour Epoxy, check out our complete guide here!

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Difference between Liquid Glass® 24 Hour Deep Pour Epoxy and Regular Epoxy

While regular epoxy is ideal for thinner applications, 24 hour deep pour epoxy is designed for .25″-1″ thick layers. This makes it perfect for projects like charcuterie boards, serving trays,  small-medium size castings. When the ability to pour greater depths in a single application is crucial, you can count on Liquid Glass® 24 Hour Deep Pour Epoxy to get the job done!

Key Features of 24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy

Our 24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy boasts several features that make it stand out from the competition:

  • Extended working time: Enjoy ample time to work with the epoxy, allowing for precise control and the ability to make adjustments as needed.
  • Crystal-clear finish: Achieve a stunning, glass-like appearance with remarkable clarity and minimal bubbles.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from woodworking and furniture to art and crafts.
  • Ease of use: Designed for both professionals and DIY enthusiasts, this epoxy resin is simple to work with and produces outstanding results.
  • 24 hour cure time: Unlike most deep pour epoxies on the market, this deep pour epoxy cures in around 24 hours! Allowing for quicker turnaround times on projects.
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Common Applications

24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy is perfect for a variety of projects, such as:

  • Charcuterie Boards & Serving Trays: Create stunning, one-of-a-kind boards/trays with embedded objects and captivating designs.
  • Small to Medium Castings: Preserve and showcase cherished mementos or create eye-catching, medium-scale sculptures.
  • Artwork and crafts: Unleash your creativity and produce unique, dazzling art pieces or handcrafted jewelry.

How to Use 24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy

  • STEP 1: Determine the amount of epoxy you will need for your project. Be sure to order Superclear® Table Top Epoxy for a seal coat to ensure best results!
  • STEP 2: Ensure your working environment is clean, dry and at least 70 degrees for best results. Lay down plastic sheeting below your project for a safe, easy cleanup. Make sure your surface is completely level, as the epoxy will self-level.
  • STEP 3: Seal Coat: If working with wood or any substrate added to the casting, be sure to clean the surface with Isopropyl Alcohol 90% + (or our Superclean Epoxy Cleaner) and apply your seal coat with a brush, following all mixing directions for that product. Let it get tacky before pouring your deep pour. If the seal layer is fully cured, for best results, lightly sand the surface with 320 grit sandpaper and clean with Isopropyl Alcohol 90% +, and then pour the epoxy.
  • STEP 4: Mixing Deep Pour 24: Measure 2 parts Resin to 1 part Activator and pour into a clean, dry bucket or mixing cup. Stir the mixture for at least 6 minutes with a stir stick. Be sure to scrape the sides and bottom to ensure all of your epoxy is properly mixed.
  • STEP 5: Transfer contents to a new, clean, dry bucket or mixing cup and continue mixing for 3 more minutes to ensure proper mixing, again scraping sides and bottom.
  • STEP 6: Pour mixture directly into your mold at your desired depth, without scraping the sides. Up to 1” deep, at no more than 2 quarts volume per pour. However, greater depths can be reached by reducing your pour volume.
  • STEP 7: Use a heat source, like a heat gun, to remove any surface air bubbles. Do not try to “work” bubbles out. This will actually cause more bubbles by heating the epoxy. Start at 6” minimum above the surface and sweep back and forth until no bubbles remain. Do not leave the heat gun over the surface too long, as to prevent surface distortions and overheating.
  • STEP 8: Allow the surface to cure, up to 24 hours in a dust-free environment. The epoxy will start to get tacky between 8-12 hours but do not disturb for at least 24 hours to ensure a proper cure. If the temperature is too cool, it may take longer to cure.
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Safety Precautions

Working with epoxy resin requires proper safety measures. Always wear gloves and protective eyewear, and work in a well-ventilated area. Avoid skin and eye contact, and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for safe use and disposal.

Tips for Success

To achieve the best results with 24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy:

  • Work in a temperature-controlled environment, ideally between 70-84°F.
  • Use a torch or heat gun to remove any trapped air bubbles after pouring.
  • Seal porous materials, such as wood, before pouring epoxy to prevent air bubbles and ensure a better bond. We highly recommend our Superclear® Table Top Epoxy for sealing any substrates. Learn more about bar top epoxy here!
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How thick can I pour 24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy?

  • You can pour this epoxy resin up to 1 inch thick per layer, depending on the size and shape of your project.

How long does it take for the epoxy to cure?

  • Our deep pour epoxy requires a 24-hour curing time for optimal results. However, it may take longer in colder temperatures or if poured thicker than recommended.

Can I add color to the epoxy?

  • Yes, you can use various pigments, dyes, or powders to achieve your desired color. Just make sure they’re compatible with epoxy resin.

Is the cured epoxy heat-resistant?

  • Yes, our deep pour epoxy is heat-resistant up to 150-160°F for extended exposure, and up to 200°F for brief exposure. However, avoid placing hot items directly on the surface without proper insulation.

Do I need to seal the wood before pouring epoxy?

  • It’s highly recommended to seal porous materials like wood before pouring epoxy. This helps prevent air bubbles and ensures a better bond between the epoxy and the material. We highly recommend our Superclear® Table Top Epoxy for sealing any substrates. Learn more about bar top epoxy here!
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24 Hour Liquid Glass® Deep Pour Epoxy is an exceptional product that delivers outstanding results for a variety of creative and functional projects. With its unique features and ease of use, it’s the perfect choice for professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.

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2 Comments. Leave new

  • Wendy Currenti
    January 3, 2024 5:20 pm

    I am having a bit of a problem, I keep getting air bubbles once I pour and I pass a heat gun over to deal with it. I can get bubbles up to almost dry. I just planned a piece and there were bubble voids. What am I doing wrong? Should I let the epoxy sit for a bit before pouring? Is this something that happens, I have watched countless videos and don’t talk about this….help!

    • Hey Wendy,

      I’m sorry to hear that you’ve been having issues like this! I have no problem going back and forth on here through the comments, but for a quicker resolution I would highly recommend giving us a call directly at 888-849-0588 👍

      Curious to hear what exactly your project was and the working conditions associated.

      Have a great one!


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