Understanding the secret to a perfect "glass-like" finish using EcoPoxy UV Poxy, or other epoxy resin for coating, is easy. Following a few simple steps to prevent air bubbles is essential. Then I will explain how to properly use heat to de-gas, or remove, the bubbles after your pour.
MOST COMMON CAUSES OF AIR BUBBLES: All of these can be avoided! Overheating - No seal coat - Humidity - Temperature - Improper mixing - Layer too thick or too thin
If you want to save money on EcoPoxy epoxy resin, consider a bulk order purchase at wholesale prices. For those of you producing a lot of river tables, resin and wood furniture, countertops, custom bar or table tops, reduce your cost of materials and maximize your profit with wholesale purchasing
FLOWCAST- The most common problem, when usingFlowCastepoxy resin, is not having enough to finish your project. Specially if you are pouring a river table. The solution is simple:calculate your usage. When using a casting resin (or filling an area), calculate the total cubic inches and divide by 61.
Epoxy resin is sensitive to temperature and it's curing process can be compromised in low temperatures. Freezing causes the resin to crystallize or develop seed crystals and makes the resin much thicker than it's normal viscosity, reduce the polymer’s reaction rate, extend its cure time, and ultimately affect it's polymerization...
EcoPoxy epoxy resins are each designed for specific applications. The right choice for you will depend on how you intend to use it. Each type of epoxy resin is uniquely formulated and performs differently.Once you determine that epoxy resin is the right choice, you need to examine the options and select which EcoPoxy product is best suited for your project.