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Wood Coat Mixing Instructions

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Wood Coat Mixing Instructions

    There are many factors that play into mixing and applying resin, thus this information is our recommendations for use. Firstly, please understand that larger batches (AKA: “pots”, or mixes) will cure faster and smaller batches will cure slower. If your batch is curing too quickly you may need to apply the product faster or mix a smaller batch. Secondly, be very aware of the temperature around you while you apply the product. Heat affects the speed at which a batch cures. Heat accelerates the curing time and cold will slow the curing time. 1. The Epoxy is mixed...

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How to fix uncured epoxy

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How to fix uncured epoxy
Have you ever had a project where your epoxy didnt quite cure? Or the epoxy cured, but there were soft spots? It has happed to everyone! In this post we tell you have to fix it. Check it out!

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How to fix uncured epoxy

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How to fix uncured epoxy

We recently got an email from a customer who had an issue with our multi-purpose epoxy where it didn't cure properly. Here is a look at the situation and our response. Hope you like it, and HAPPY CREATING everyone!   Customer email: Hi I used Multi Purpose mixing by volume, it has been curing in a 68 degree F room for 5 days now. We are trying to stabilize splits in wood used for walking sticks.We mixed 1 oz of part A and B as directed and the pouring onto wood and left to cure.The pot leftovers and the resin...

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How do I store epoxy resin?

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How do I store epoxy resin?

  How Do I Store Epoxy Resin? Building a collection of Resin? You should make sure you are storing it correctly. Some bad things can happen to your resin if you’re not careful.. How do you avoid the bad stuff happening? Well, there are a number of factors to consider when storing your resin that can make it seem more complicated than it is. Here are our guidelines to make sure your resin is ready when you are. Definitely do: Store in a temperature controlled room. 70° F. is ideal. Large temperature swings are to be avoided. If the resin...

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We love you back Marinetalk.com!

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We love you back Marinetalk.com!

According to Marinetalk.com our marine resin was voted a top ten choice in 2019! Additionally they listed Old Timer Industries LLC as one of the "most trusted and dependable marine epoxy brands" Thank you Marinetalk.com! We love your passionate and informative content! It is an honor to be featured buy such a trusted marine resource! We love you back!!  https://www.marinetalk.com/best-marine-epoxy/ https://www.marinetalk.com/best-marine-epoxy/#8_Old_Timer_Industries_LLC_Clear_Marine_Epoxy_Resin    

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