how to thicken up epoxy resin?

How To Fix Uneven Epoxy Resin On Tumbler?

This blog post is going to be a little different from the others you have read so far. We are going to talk about how to thicken up epoxy resin and what that means for your project. In this article, we will discuss some of the benefits of using thickened epoxy resin as well as … Read more

how to use epoxy resin tape?

How To Make Epoxy Resin Keychains?

Epoxy resin tape is a type of plastic electrical insulating tape that is used for making electrical connections. This blog post will help you learn how to use epoxy resin tape in the most effective way possible! How do you apply epoxy tape? Epoxy tape is a self-adhesive tape that is used to reinforce and … Read more

how to sell epoxy resin?

How To Bend Epoxy Resin?

Selling epoxy resin can be a lucrative business, but there are some things you need to know before you get started. Epoxy resins are usually sold in two-gallon containers and come with a variety of different hardeners depending on the type of project it’s being used for. We will discuss why selling epoxy resin is … Read more

how to remove epoxy resin from tumbler?

How To Make Epoxy Resin Look Like Wood?

Removing epoxy resin from a tumbler can be difficult. It’s important to remove the residue as it will affect the performance of the tumbler and make cleaning more difficult in future. This blog post talks about how to do this with ease, including steps you might not have thought of! How do you remove epoxy … Read more

how to protect epoxy resin?

How To Store Mixed Epoxy Resin?

Lately, there has been a lot of talk about the environmental impact that epoxy resin can have on water and wildlife. The truth is that epoxy does not decompose like other materials, which means it can be difficult to get rid of. To help protect the environment from harmful effects caused by epoxy resin, we … Read more

how to prevent epoxy from yellowing?

How To Make Epoxy Resin Look Like Glass?

Epoxy is a polymer resin, meaning that it’s made of two different compounds. Epoxy cures through oxidation, which means that the curing process produces potentially hazardous oxygen gas. This gas will oxidize materials like metal and plastic, causing them to turn yellow or black over time. Luckily there are some ways to prevent epoxy from … Read more