Hi, I painted my laminate kitchen countertop and flooded it with EnviroTex Lite (epoxy) last December. It was about 60F at that time. The epoxy seemed to have cured (hardened) after a few days. However, even after 6 months later, when we put plastic bags on it, the ink of the plastic bags would stick to it (the ink dyes the transparent epoxy). And glossy paper products (such as junk mail) also stick on it and when we try to remove the glossy paper products from the countertop, they would leave a residue (paper itself with ink) on the epoxy. The residue cannot be removed without scrubbing. Does that mean the epoxy did not cure properly and that is why it interacts with the plastic bags and paper products? Is the epoxy toxic to human and pets in this situation? Since it's the kitchen countertop and we prepare food on it everyday, I'm really concerned. Should I have my whole countertop replaced? Please help! Thank you!