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Upstart Epoxy Highlights

  • Proudly Made in the USA
  • USA Phone Support (844) 247-3444
  • 90 Day Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • 10,000+ Happy Customers

Why Switch? Upstart Deep Pour Epoxy Offers Everything They Do... Plus More!

  • Crystal Clear
  • Easy 1:1 Ratio
  • U.V. Resistant & Non-Yellowing
  • High Gloss 
  • Water-Resistant Coating
  • Self Leveling
  • Consistent Viscosity
  • Food Safe (Complies with FDA Standards)
  • No VOC's
  • Low Odor

The Best Epoxy Resin

The best table top epoxy resin yet, the Upstart Epoxy Resin reimagines the traditional countertop epoxy experience with ultra-premium ingredients engineered for phenomenal results.

Beginner and Expert Friendly!

  1. Decide what you want you to create.
  2. Measure the surface and use our beginner-friendly Coverage Calculator to find out how much Upstart Epoxy you need.
  3. Place Your Order and follow our easy step-by-step Epoxy tutorial.

Upstart Epoxy makes it as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Easy Shipping & Returns

Fast 2-4 day shipping from our warehouse in Wisconsin, USA. Every table top epoxy resin order includes our 90-day satisfaction return policy.

How Much Upstart Epoxy Do I Need?

Upstart Epoxy epoxy calculator will help you determine how much epoxy resin is needed to build your next project!

Project Length - Inches:
Project Width - Inches:
Pour Depth:
Volume:
Gallons Required:

Measuring our epoxy can be a tricky thing. We get asked all the time “how much epoxy do I need?” And that changes depending on each and every project. 

Knowing the amount of product required is crucial before starting your project. Once Part A and Part B are combined, the curing process begins and you have a limited amount of working time before the epoxy hardens.

But don’t worry, we’ve put together an epoxy calculator that will help you understand exactly what you need, for whatever project you’re working on. 

How much epoxy do I need?

The simple answer: Measure the length, width, and depth of your project in inches. Then put those numbers into the resin calculator above.

How much epoxy resin do I need for a river table?

By using our epoxy resin calculator, you can identify the correct amount of deep-pour epoxy resin for your river table project.

First have your tape measure ready, you will need to find the length of the pour, the width of the pour, as well as the depth of your pour - take all of these measurements in inches.

Once you have those three measurements, add them into our resin calculator, and then you’ll have that magic number! 

One last tip while using the river table epoxy calculator above, always round up and give yourself extra epoxy to work with. 

How much epoxy do I need for a seal coat?

Upstart Epoxy’s formula is FDA Food Safe, UV resistant, and water resistant, which makes it the number one choice when sealing up and putting a finish on any project.

But understanding how much tabletop resin you need depends on how large your surface is. In inches, take the length, width, and the depth of your pour (when you’re sealing a tabletop this is generally 1/8in).

Take those measurements and plug them into the calculator above. From there you’ll have the answer to the million dollar question “how much resin do I need?”

Tips and tricks to save some epoxy

It’s always better to err on the side of having 20% more epoxy than your project needs. That doesn’t mean you have to use it all. We’ve put together a few tips to help you control your epoxy use, now that you know exactly how much epoxy you need from the epoxy calculator.

  1. Use a mold for your project: When working with a project like a river table, it is crucial that you seal all of your edges so that no epoxy goes to waste. 
  2. Wait to pour until you’re ready: Make sure that you have confirmed your measurements and used the epoxy calculator before your pour. This will ensure you don’t spend your working time with the epoxy measuring, you’ll be able to go right into your pour.
  3. Scrape the sides of your cup when mixing: The last thing you want is to ruin a whole batch of epoxy. Scrape the sides of your cup while mixing to ensure that you don’t waste epoxy, and that you get the exact amount the epoxy calculator directed.
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Reviewed by Gary T., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Fire Axe Project

I purchased this product because I had a project I have been planning for about 10 years but could never find the right product to do it justice. Your epoxy resin was the perfect product, it was simple to use, mixed very well and made my project look wonderful.

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Reviewed by James J., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Excellent products!

Could not be more satisfied! Love both the deep pour and table top epoxies!

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Reviewed by KYm M., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Awesome product

I’ve tried using about 5-6 different kinds of epoxy. Upstart epoxy is hands down the best !

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Reviewed by Candice T., from United States
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Epoxy Resin- LOVE IT

By far the best epoxy resin I’ve used. The cure timing is as stated 6-7 hours, low to zero odor, minimal to zero bubbles if you follow the directions. Lastly, it cures like glass. My resin artwork turns out amazing due to the amazing products.

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Reviewed by Brandon F., from United States
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Worked fine, but had high and low spots.

I'm happy with the epoxy for the most part, but even with meticulous leveling of the piece I ended up with some high and low spots on the piece. This was my first time using the product, so hopefully I can figure out the issue, whether it was my fault or the product.

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We wanted no part of that. We're proud to support the Americans and families that support us. Thank you.

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