Monica P.

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  • Monica P. created an article,

    How much pigment do I add?

    Add 1 gram of pigmented powder per 1 ounce of mixed resin. Please note you can always start with less and add pigment until the desired look is achieved.

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    How to fix cloudy resin results

                                 *How to fix cloudy resin projects  Cloudy finish? Oh no! No worries! There is a simple and quick fix! Use a multi-purpose clear gloss finish/sealer. Place your project ...

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    How much mica or pigment can I use?

    We suggest only using color pigments, mica pigment powder, alcohol inks, and dyes compatible with epoxy. We recommend that you use a 12% color before the curing process is affected. Remember, the ...

  • Monica P. created an article,

    How do I dispose of epoxy resin?

    Unused and unmixed epoxy resins are not waste and may be saved for future projects – tightly sealed in their original containers at room temperature for six months. Reusable tools may be cleaned as...

  • Monica P. created an article,

    How do I clean epoxy resin tools? (spatulas, mixing cups, bowls, etc.)

    Clean-up is never fun. You have the options of using chemicals or non-chemical methods:   NON-CHEMICAL METHOD - Tools Needed & How-to: wax paper  non- stick cooking spray     dish soap paper towel...

  • Monica P. created an article,

    Should you sand between flood pours when using ProPour Resin?

    Pouring layers of ProPour casting Resin may be accomplished in one of two ways; either by adding another layer while the prior one is still in its gelatinous pre-cured state, or if the previous lay...

  • Monica P. created an article,

    Why is my ProPour Resin smoking?

      If a layer of epoxy resin is poured too thickly, the quality of the cure may be affected impacting the results both aesthetically and functionally. Also, resin layers that are poured too thickly ...

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    What happens if you pour ProPour Resin too thick?

      If a layer of epoxy resin is poured too thickly, the quality of the cure may be affected impacting the results both aesthetically and functionally. Also, resin layers that are poured too thickly ...

  • Monica P. created an article,

    What is the viscosity of ProPour?

    The viscosity of the product is very thin. It is important that you have a watertight frame. Any cracks/ crevices/holes need to be sealed prior to pouring to prevent leaking, and ultimately losing ...

  • Monica P. created an article,

    How much slower does ProPour cure as compared to TableTop epoxy resin?

    Casting resins cure much more slowly than epoxy resins – with typical cure time in the 36-48-hour range, whereas epoxy resins generally cure in 12-24 hours. However, epoxy resins will begin to gel ...