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Epoxy Coated Tilles

Epoxy & Spray on Stone Fleck

Epoxy and spray-on stone fleck are popular options for enhancing the aesthetic appeal and durability of various surfaces. Epoxy is a versatile resin that, when combined with a hardener, creates a strong and protective coating. It is commonly used to provide a smooth, glossy finish to floors, countertops, and other surfaces, offering resistance to stains, impacts, and abrasions. On the other hand, spray-on stone fleck involves applying a specialized coating that mimics the look of natural stone. This technique allows for the creation of stunning, textured surfaces that resemble granite, marble, or other desirable stone finishes. It provides a cost-effective and customizable solution for upgrading surfaces with a high-end appearance.

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Benefits of Epoxy & Spray on Stone Fleck

When epoxy hardens, it creates a solid surface that should last for years. I love epoxy due to its long-lasting shine. Unlike varnishes and other types of coatings, you don’t need to continually reapply the material when it starts to dull.

The durable finish holds up well in comparison to other types of countertop materials and coatings. Cracking or damaging the epoxy surface is something that I rarely see.

If you like a super-shiny and glossy polished finish, then you’ll love epoxy. You can’t get much glossier. It does wear down some in time, but you can maintain that high-gloss look with periodic applications of mineral oil.

Epoxy is likely the most versatile countertop material when it comes to design possibilities. Essentially any color or pattern you can dream of can be created.

Epoxy is the only type of countertop that can offer a genuinely seamless surface for continuous color and pattern.

You can set a hot dish on the surface without instantly ruining your countertop. Keep in mind that if you leave a heated baking dish or a hot coffee carafe on a layer of epoxy, it will eventually damage the surface. Epoxy is heat resistant, but not heatproof.

It's smart to use trivets for hot pots to protect epoxy counters or any type of kitchen countertop from heat damage. 

Most epoxy products are considered non-toxic and are food-safe for countertops once the epoxy resin has cured.

The chemicals that you combine to create the hard surface usually contain some volatile organic compounds (VOCs), so proper ventilation is required during application and for a few days after as the VOC’s evaporate.

The epoxy brands that I trust strive to limit the presence of these harmful substances.

You can use almost any cleaning product on it without damaging the epoxy, ensuring that you have a safe place to prepare your foods. The nonporous surface is also resistant to mold and bacteria growth.

  • Durable Resin Finish

  • High-Gloss Finish

  • Unlimited Design Potential

  • Seamless

  • Heat resistant

  • Nontoxic and food safe

  • Easy to clean

Epoxy Coated Countertops

At K. Freeman Plastering and Decorating, we are prepared to elevate your project to new heights. With over 20 years of decorating experience and 15 years of painting expertise, we possess the necessary skills to deliver the highest possible finish.

Our qualifications include a CITB certificate, NVQ level 3 accreditation, and City and Guilds assurance in painting and spray plastering. When you choose us, not only can you have complete confidence in our work, but you can also trust our team. Each member has undergone rigorous background checks, including DBS and UK Met Police screenings.

Epoxy Coated Island With Kitchen Sink
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