How do you epoxy an uneven surface?

Epoxy is a great material, but it’s tough to work with. You’ve got to get the proportions just right and account for variables, like uneven surfaces.

Uneven surfaces are tricky because if you don’t prepare them properly, you could end up spreading epoxy all over the place in an attempt to cover every single bump and ridge. That makes things messy – and expensive! Luckily, there are a few things you can do that will ensure your epoxy coverage is even no matter what kind of surface you’re working with.

We’ll go over those here so that you can get back to enjoying your project instead of worrying about how uneven it might turn out!

Can you epoxy over uneven surface?

Yes, you can use epoxy to fill in uneven surfaces!

The key to success is preparation. You’ll need to remove debris from the surface and make sure you have a flat, smooth surface before applying the epoxy.

If your project involves filling holes or cracks, then it’s best to do that first so they don’t get covered up by the epoxy. And if there are any other flaws in the concrete like bumps or divots, then those should be filled before using any kind of adhesive product (such as an adhesive primer).

How do you fix uneven epoxy?

So you’ve gotten yourself into a pickle, and your epoxy flooring is uneven. In the best-case scenario, all you need is a little filler to fix the problem.

A filler can be used on concrete surfaces to level out uneven areas as well as on wood floors, furniture, and other types of materials.

If your epoxy has been poured in an uneven fashion, it’s important to remove any excess material before applying filler so that you don’t end up with an improperly shaped surface that will require even more work down the road.

How do you resin a non flat surface?

If the surface you want to apply epoxy onto is not completely flat, there are a few different ways to ensure your project turns out great. One of these ways is by using a roller to apply the epoxy.

You can also use a paintbrush for this task if you’re covering a small area and have limited access to rollers. The brush will allow for more control over where you place each layer of resin, which can be helpful if there are areas in particular that need extra coverage due to their unevenness or shape.

How do you resin odd shapes?

  • Rollers (or brushes) are ideal for applying epoxy to uneven surfaces. You’ll need to use a roller that’s been soaked in water, and you’ll want to apply light pressure on the roller so you don’t push too much epoxy into the pours.
  • A sponge can also be used to apply epoxy over larger areas of your piece.
  • You can also use rags or sponges if you’re not painting your cured resin with any other type of substance; they’re what most people use when they’re doing their own DIY projects at home!

Can you epoxy uneven concrete?

You can use epoxy to fix uneven concrete. There are a few different ways you can do this, but the easiest is to use a concrete grinder to smooth out the surface before applying epoxy.

This will help prevent the epoxy from sticking to one area more than another, which can cause it to wear down faster than other areas of your walkway or patio.

Once you’re satisfied with how smooth your concrete has become, go ahead and apply your first coat of epoxy overtop of it!

How do you epoxy over uneven surfaces like Barnwood?

You can press the epoxy into the surface with a roller, paintbrush, scraper, sanding block, or putty knife.

You may need to do some patching before you start applying the epoxy.

Sand if needed and smooth out any imperfections in your wood surface using 100-grit sandpaper or an electric sander if you have one on hand.


The final step is to lay your epoxy over the surface. A good rule of thumb is to use 1 gallon of epoxy to cover 50 square feet, with a thickness between 20 and 40 mils (1 mil equals 1/1000 inch).

After you pour your epoxy, use a plastic spreader to evenly distribute the resin across the entire area.

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Martin Flood

Martin Flood has been working in the construction industry for over 20 years as a general contractor with expertise in remodeling projects that are large or small. He has furthered his career by specializing in epoxy resin flooring, providing excellent service to both commercial and residential clients. Martin’s experience enables him to offer professional advice on how to choose the right type of project based on your needs and budget.

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