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Envirotex Lite Pour-on

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Is there any difference between Envirotex Lite and Envirotex Lite pour-on? I noticed that some Envirotex epoxies are "pour-on" but others are listed as "Envirotex Lite" without anything about "pour-on".

Can someone shed some light on this?

Ben

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I'm no Etex expert but the only Etex I've seen at Michael's Craft stores says "Envirotex Lite Pour On High Gloss Finish" on the kit box. Looking at various sites I Googled, they are all the same Pour-on product.

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The reason I asked was I noticed some reviews of the "pour-on" epoxy that said they wished that it was more scratch resistant so I was wondering if there are more than one E-tex epoxies. Thanks for clearing that up.

How good is the scratch resistance of E-tex compared to Flex Coat or Devcon?

Thanks

Ben

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JMHO, all epoxies have similar scratch resistance. If you want harder/slicker, you have to go to a catalyst enhanced auto or moisture cured polyurethane. That's not to say that epoxy is less good. It is very durable, impact resistant, tooth proof, and cost effective. Different finishes have different advantages.

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