Pro Tip: If you want your epoxy resin it to cure harder. While mixing, let it induct heat in the container until it hits 93 degrees. For an accurate temperature, just use an infrared heat gun or you'll feel the cup start to get warm in your hands. Then, pour the product out, use your heat gun to torch it and keep the room temperature up for at least 24 hours around 75 degrees or more. You will be surprised at how much difference it makes by letting the epoxy get a little warmer in the mixing container itself.
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- Why does Epoxy Hardener sometimes change color in the bottle?
- Can you measure Part A and Part B tabletop epoxy by weight?
- Why does the resin have tiny bubbles as I'm mixing ?
- I want my epoxy resin to cure harder, what can I do?
- How do I make an epoxy floor non slip?
- Can I use the epoxy in cold weather?
- How long before I can use what I put Epoxy on?
- How do I protect my epoxy finish?
- Can you tell me how to round the edges and corners once I have the tabletop and benches poured? I would assume they can be sanded but how would I repolish them?
- How do I remove air bubbles after I pour the Epoxy?