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MirrorCoat Bar or Tabletop Finish, 1.5 Pint
MirrorCoat Bar or Tabletop Finish, 1.5 Pint Item #29129
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MirrorCoat Bar or Tabletop Finish, 1.5 Quart
MirrorCoat Bar or Tabletop Finish, 1.5 Quart Item #29138
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MirrorCoat® Bar/Tabletop Finish

Enhance and protect your bar or tabletop with a tough, glossy epoxy finish.
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Obtain a gleaming, durable alcohol-proof and waterproof finish for your bar or tabletop! A pourable, self-leveling two-part epoxy coating, MirrorCoat works well on a variety of surfaces, including wood, ceramics, plaster, masonry and some plastics. Cures to a glossy, smooth finish that is scratch- and stain-resistant. May also be used as a decoupage coating on cloth, leather, photos and other objects.

  • Non-yellowing
  • Item #29129 (1.5 pint) includes 1 pint bottle of resin and 1/2 pint bottle of hardener and has approximate coverage of 2 to 3 sq. ft. at 1/16" thick
  • Item #29138 (1.5 quart) includes 1 quart bottle of resin and 1/2 quart bottle of hardener and has approximate coverage of 4 to 6 sq. ft. at 1/16" thick
  • This product is a 2-to-1 mix
(1) MirrorCoat® Bar/Tabletop Finish
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Tech Spec
  • Cure Time: 3 - 5 Days
  • Coverage: 3 ounces / 1 square foot
3.7 / 5.0
11 Reviews
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The system three mirror coat was recommended for the table top. It came out great
November 14, 2019
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
I was very impressed and will use it again
Used this product when I refinished two butcher block table tops
They turned out beautiful. The video was most useful
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June 13, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
My project involved filling in a depression I cut into a black cherry log, filling it with rocks I had collected throughout my travels, and covering it with Mirror Magic so it appears filled with water. Many who view it, actually think it is water; turned out better than I expected. Must admit it took more product than I thought I needed, rather spendy,
August 24, 2015
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
This stuff is amazing. Did my...
This stuff is amazing. Did my bar 8 years ago and it looks like new. Getting ready to purchase it again for my father in laws bar!
April 21, 2011
I made a rustic table 2+inches...
I made a rustic table 2+inches thick and I was on the fence weather or not to spend the money on this product or simply lacquer it. If you are on the fence just buy this product! It is easy to apply and comes out crystal clear, smooth, and looks fantastic!
January 26, 2009
I used the product on a...
I used the product on a desk for my granddaughter so that it will last a lifetime. It went on as advertised, and when it dried it was everything I had hoped for, the finish looks like it came from a factory.
December 16, 2008
Great pantry coverage
I used this for a pantry counter which needs lots of washing. It is easy to apply (follow the directions!) and gives a great finish. It's been two years, and the finish still looks just fine.

I am not a big fan of bar finishes, but this stuff works fine where that is what is needed.
September 6, 2016
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Mirror coat works as advertised. It...
Mirror coat works as advertised. It is fairly easy to apply and looks GREAT....but, be sure you have sealed the top if using a porus material like reclaimed lumber. The directions called for this but I didn't do it and the mirror coat filled EVERY hole. Additionally, the 3 oz per square foot is the absolute minimum for coverage and I would recommend more if you have any doubts. Overall a great product and I would use again but follow the directions to the letter.
December 27, 2010
Rockler charged WAY more than other retailers
This product was about $20 more than other area brick and mortar stores in my area. I'm bringing it back.
October 15, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Mirror Coat
I would not recommend this product for a beginner. It left bubbles even though I used a blow torch. Its hard to sand off.
September 7, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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For a specific application.
Donald R. B on Apr 30, 2018
this product gives a great finish on tabletops.
Doug M on Jun 30, 2017
For a specific application.
Donald R. B on Apr 30, 2018
used previously and loved the result!
John H on Jul 7, 2017
this product gives a great finish on tabletops.
Doug M on Jun 30, 2017
Used it on a bar top for a wine tasting room seven years ago, still looks great. Doing more work for the same client and he wants the same finish
Paul J on Mar 27, 2017
Used before
Thomas C on Dec 10, 2016
I have used this product before. It works great and it is easy to use. It's strong too! As I found out when trying to remove a dried spill from my work bench! :)
Robert K on Aug 25, 2016
used previously and loved the result!
John H on Jul 7, 2017
Used it on a bar top for a wine tasting room seven years ago, still looks great. Doing more work for the same client and he wants the same finish
Paul J on Mar 27, 2017
I uses the product on a bar, put a coat down and I have some imperfections. Can I sand it down and reapply a coat? I have a finger print, and my son painted on it and I would like to sand down and make final coat flawless is that possible or what would you suggest?
Jason on Sep 27, 2015
I'm making wooden beer mugs. Is this product food safe and at what temperatures?
RockstarCooper on Jun 22, 2016
How thick can I go with MirrorCoat when filling holes on a slab table top to stabilize loose wood material that would otherwise crumble away to form a bigger hole?
Mark P on Jul 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: you can go pretty thick, but keep in mind that this is a fairly thick liquid, not thin, so it will take time to fill such an instable area that you are talking about. I've never had any more than 1/4 inch straight thickness, but it should be fine. Keep in mind, the curing is an exothermic reaction, if you have a large volume in a small area, it will heat up significantly.
Do I need to seal a solid wood table before I apply the Mirror Coat, and if so, with what? 1-1/2" thick solid maple kitchen table that has been sanded down to bare wood with random orbital sander with 150 grit paper. Made from 4" individual planks fastened together lengthwise. All of the joints between planks are straight and tight without gaps.
James T on Dec 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Pre-sealing is not needed for this product, but a high quality polyurethane may be applied before the top coat. If you choose to use the poly, be sure to lightly sand the poly after it dries thoroughly with 320 grit before you apply the mirror coat.
Making hickory drop leaf table. want to fill knot holes some of which go thru top. can this product be used to fill holes, sanded and finished with clear poly?
Charlie I on Oct 30, 2017
I have some reclaimed wood made into a 2 inch thick table top. I sent earlier text asking how do you finish the edges. My second question is: some of the wood grain checkered/ popped up on the grain. Can I just pour the finish over it or do I need to glue down the grains that popped up?
David S on May 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There are a lot of ways to skin a cat of course. This sort of epoxy doesn't stick to most plastics like mylar, or the smooth side of packing tape. One thing you could do is tape the perimeter so that you have a fairly sealed edge. You want it to be pretty tight as this stuff isn't cheap. Then just pour the epoxy as they suggest, if you go deep enough, you will cover the checking and then popped up grain. In my situation, I had a 2x4 frame for a bench top with a birch plywood piece inset (2'x3') with a mahogany, 1 inch strip perimeter. This was all 1/8th inch below the level of the 2x4s, so I just filled it in.and then sanded the 2x4s down to the appropriate level.
When you are doing a table to Play~ how do you do the edges?
David S on May 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I used this product on a desk top and did not use it on the edges, so I'm afraid I can't help you much. However, the product website was very helpful
Does this product build up heat?
Can I use it to cover things like plastic gift cards?
Hal P on Jan 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not sure what you mean. I used it to cover a wooden bathroom countertop. It withstands the use you’d associate with that very well. I’m not sure about embedding plastic items (aka decoupage). I’d be concerned that the plastic surface would repel it. I’d do some experimenting first.
will this adhere to metal? I am making a copper counter top and would like to clear coat/protect it.
John H on May 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is basically an epoxy so yes it will adhere to metal at least as well as most paints. I use an aluminum tray to mix in and once it is dry I throw the tray away because whatever is left of the epoxy and the stick I used to mix it are both stuck to the tray.
How well does this product adhere to horizontal parts of the project and is there any special technics in applying it. Can you apply it in stages? For instance do the top and then do each side one at a time?
B M on Apr 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is an epoxy so it adheres to anything that an epoxy would adhere to, but it starts out liquid with the consistency of a thick paint. That is what they mean by self-leveling. Anything thicker than a coat of paint and the epoxy will run settling to the bottom of whatever vertical surface you are trying to coat. I use it as a filler for acoustic guitars, applying it with a rag, and with that thin a coat it works well on both horizontal and vertical surfaces. It does not burn in like some finishes, but I have seen people apply it in stages and there was no visible line between the coats.
Making table top out of Hickory-Want to fill knot holes and cracks before finishing with Poly--table top is 3/4" thick--what is good product to use for this application?
Charlie I on Oct 28, 2017
What is the best option for cleaning your table top finished with this product to maintain the mirror finish?
Jenny on May 18, 2017
I used this finish on a table about 20 years back. I would like to strip it, is there a product that will remove it? Thanks..
Jsells on Oct 1, 2016