Rust-Oleum Parks Super Glaze
Parks Super Glaze Pour on Finish & Preservative is an ultra thick high gloss clear epoxy that provides exceptional durability. Ideal as a waterproof finish for table and bar tops, it is also great for crafts and furniture refinishing. Super Glaze can be used over almost any interior surface; from rough and unfinished to stained, painted or smooth surfaces. Super Glaze is recommended for indoor use only and is not recommended for use on wood floors.
Features Of Parks Super Glaze
- Durable and waterproof
- Ideal for table and bar tops, crafts and refinishing furniture
- Can be used on almost any interior surface
How to Apply Parks Super Glaze
- Disposable mixing cups or buckets with volume measurements
- Stir sticks or paint paddles (not power assisted)
- Plastic spreader or squeegee
- Masking Tape
- Small disposable paint brush for edge work
- Latex, vinyl or chemical resistant gloves
- Plastic drop cloth, newspaper or waxed paper
- Eye protection
Surface must be level and dry. Clean and remove any oil, dust, dirt or wax from the surface. Cover surrounding area with waxed paper, newspaper or a drop cloth. NOTE: Before finishing porous surfaces, a clear sealer coat is recommended. Certain woods with open grains (such as oak and walnut), porous fabrics and paper will allow air to escape and cause bubbles in the surface. These air passages must be sealed with a thin coat of Super Glaze prior to full flood coating. Mix approximately ¼ the amount required for a full coating and spread a thin layer over the entire surface. Allow to cure 4-5 hours at 70°F (21°C) in a dust free area prior to applying the remaining ¾ of the pour.
Before pouring, wipe the surface clean with alcohol or acetone to remove any remaining dust to ensure maximum adhesion. Protect the surface sides and edges with several layers of masking tape. This will allow drips to be removed with tape once cured. Drips may also be scrapped off with a putty knife about 30-40 minutes after pouring or may be sanded from the completely cured surface.
Combine and Mix - Carefully pour the measured resin (Part A) into the container with measured activator (Part B). Mix thoroughly and gently with a stir stick for a minimum of 3 minutes (no more than 5 minutes). Gentle mixing will minimize air bubbles in the mixture and resulting finish. Be sure to scrape the sides and bottom of the container when mixing.
Note : If the initial mixture appears hazy, stir until the mixture is completely clear.
Properties of Parks Super Glaze
|Resin Type||Epoxy Resin. Nonyl Phenol and Alkyl Diamine Resin|
|Volatile Organic Compounds||0 g/l|
|Mixing Ratio||1:1 Base to Activator (by volume)|
| Recommended Dry Film
Thickness (DFT) Per Coat
| 1/16 inch
| Wet Film to Achieve DFT
| 1/16 inch
| Pot Life @70ºF (21ºC)
and 50% Relative Humidity
|Dry Times at 70-80°F
(21-27°C) and 50% RH
| 4-5 hours to Touch
72 hours to Full Care
|Shelf Life||2 years,|
|Flash Point|| Base Component 294°F (146°C) – Activator
Component 181°F (83°C)
|Safety Information||For additional information, see MSDS|
|Technical Data Sheet||Click here|