Surface scratches may be lightly sanded and buffed with a microfiber cloth and furniture polish - after the surface is cleaned with soap and water and dried thoroughly. For deeper abrasions, clean the surface to remove any dirt or grime – brushing if needed – then rinse and dry with a lint-free cloth. Mix a small amount of epoxy resin on a piece of cardboard, apply with a small craft stick – filling the scratch. Smooth out the surface with a straight edge (index card, ruler, dull razor blade – any flat edge that won’t further mar the surface); once cured – buff with furniture polish.
Articles in this section
- Does Temperature Affect Table Top Epoxy?
- Why Epoxy Hardener turned yellow in the bottle?
- How do I clean epoxy resin tools? (spatulas, mixing cups, bowls, etc.)
- Can you apply several coats of epoxy resin? If so, how is this accomplished?
- Can I buff scratches out of epoxy resin?
- What Should I Use to Cover my Work Area from Epoxy-Resin Drips?
- What’s the difference between plastic & silicone resin molds?
- How do I dispose of epoxy resin and clean my tools & containers?
- Why is Epoxy Surface Cloudy or Dull?
- What is the working time/pot life of Table Top Epoxy?