Matte or Satin Finish

Bar and Table Top Epoxy -
The nature of Epoxy is that it is essentially liquid glass high gloss coating. It is not manufactured in a matte or satin finish anywhere. However, after the epoxy hardens, you can spray a coat of Matte or Satin Lacquer over it and that will work fine and give you a satin or flat finish.
You can also try sanding the surface with 300 grit sandpaper then wiping it in beeswax. We recommend that you test it out first on a small scale to be safe. There is no guarantee on how well this will work or how it will affect the longevity of the product.
It creates a matte finish. Typically you would use it with water and dish soap, so it is easier, and rub in circular motions. We recommend that you test it out first on a small scale to be safe. There is no guarantee on how well this will work or how it will affect the longevity of the product.
Deep Pour Epoxy - 
A great, easy way is to use 000 or 0000 steel wool to give a matte finish.  It puts really fine scratches in the surface to dull it out nicely.
The best way, which is trickier, is to go through the polishing process and sand with a combination of wet-sanding using various sandpapers (starting at around 300 ft and working your way up to 1200 or so) and buffing compounds until the desired finish is achieved.
We also offer Osmo Products that will give you a matte or satin finish. We have the Polyx-Oil finish which is great for your standard surfaces and we have the TopOil finish which is great for food surfaces as it is FDA approved.

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