A and B differ in weight. It would not be accurate. It's much more consistent and less likely to have curing problems if it's measured by volume than by weight. All epoxies have different methods to apply them, but if you want to get optimum use out of our product, we advise to measure by volume.
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- Once the epoxy is cured can I spray a satin finish on top?
- Why does Epoxy Hardener sometimes change color in the bottle?
- Can you measure Part A and Part B tabletop epoxy by weight?
- Why does the resin have tiny bubbles as I'm mixing ?
- I want my epoxy resin to cure harder, what can I do?
- How do I make an epoxy floor non slip?
- Can I use the epoxy in cold weather?
- How long before I can use what I put Epoxy on?
- How do I protect my epoxy finish?
- Can you tell me how to round the edges and corners once I have the tabletop and benches poured? I would assume they can be sanded but how would I repolish them?