EcoTrowel is a high performance epoxy filler and profiling product formulated for surface repair and preparation. It is easy to mix and spread, and has a peanut-butter like consistency (contains no peanuts!).
EcoTrowel is lightweight and suitable for an infinite variety of composite, architectural, industrial, and art-related applications. It can be applied to wood, concrete - even canvas - to a thickness of 1/2” without sagging or slumping. It can be easily sanded, shaped, drilled, tapped, machined, routered & remains durable for life.
EcoTrowel is easily mixed, spreads with ease and control, and remains in place for a smooth finish. It can fill up to a thickness of a 1/2″ without the risk of sagging or slumping.
EcoTrowel is lightweight and suitable for an infinite variety of composite, architectural, industrial, and art-related applications. EcoTrowel adheres to wood, concrete, fiberglass, canvas, and more. It has the ability to be molded or used on vertical and overhead surfaces without sagging and will not shrink when cured. It can also be used as a filleting material in epoxy tooling, or in between layers of reinforcement fabric for making lightweight composite parts.
EcoTrowel can be easily sanded, shaped, drilled, tapped, machined, and routered and will remain tough and durable for life. EcoTrowel cures to a neutral white color and can be pigmented or painted over to the desired color.
Suitable for interior and exterior art related use, EcoTrowel can be used to create textured or highly detailed display pieces. It can be stamped with a silicone rubber stamp to create repeating patterns with intricate detail over a large surface area.
1:1 by volume
20 minutes depending on ambient temperature
48 hours depending on ambient temperature, humidity and thickness
1/2” (It’s fine to fill cracks up 1” wide)
Remove the pouch from the packaging. Hold the pouch with both hands and squeeze until the center pouch bursts. Mix the two back and forth until completely mixed. When it’s all thoroughly mixed, cut the corner, squeeze the product out, pigment as desired, and apply using a trowel or spreader. Once mixed, the epoxy hardens quickly, leaving you approximately 15 minutes of working time.
Between 6 - 24 hours providing the previous layer is firm but still tacky. Once tack-free it is necessary to sand between layers to ensure proper adhesion.
55 degrees F. through 85 degrees F. with tightly sealed lids
Epoxy has a shelf life of about 2 years providing it is properly stored in sealed containers.