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GloPoxy

Possible causes are:

  1. Low temperature. The epoxy will need more time to cure if your room temperature is lower than the recommended range. Applying heat to the project will help it finish curing.
  2. Off-ratio mixing. There may have been too much or too little hardener, which directly affects the cure time of the batch.
  3. Insufficient mixing. You may not have mixed long enough for the resin and hardener to be adequately mixed for a proper cure. Always mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  4. Incorrect resin or hardener. Using UVPoxy resin or hardener with Liquid Plastic resin or hardener will cause under curing, overreacting, or other adverse effects to the batch.

Our products are rated with similar heat resistance to any on the market. No epoxies are heat proof or fireproof so leaving a hot pan or item on the surface will leave a visible mark.

To become a retailer, you need to have a retail location that is open to the public at least Monday to Friday. You need to purchase and maintain a certain volume of product. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we will provide you with more details.

At this time, we only sell products through our retailers. You can purchase from your local retailer or find one who sells EcoPoxy online. For manufacturer discounts, please contact one of our retailers, as they offer discounts for higher volume sales.

EcoPoxy products do not need finishes. They naturally cure to a high gloss. For a matte finish, you simply sand the surface with 3,000-grit sandpaper. Most oil based finishes should adhere to the epoxy or at least form a film overtop, which can clear it out after sanding. The optimal grit for most finishes is 320 or higher. Proven brands like Osmo, Rubio, and Odie’s oils/waxes have been used with great success by many customers.

No, not yet, but we are working hard toward that. However, we do have some products that exceed 70% bio content.

For best results, we recommend you use EcoPoxy pigments with EcoPoxy resins. There are other pigments that are also compatible with our products, but they have a lower concentration. Do your own testing, and go with what works for you.

If stored in a cool dry environment and in sealed containers, our solvent-free products have a near-unlimited shelf life. If the material is more than a year old, you should do a small test to make sure it still performs as expected.

Because of the additives in GloPoxy that keep the glow ingredients from settling, the resin may become thick and almost solidified. To soften it, simply warm it up and mix it again. That should return it to its original state.

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GloPoxy

Possible causes are:

  1. Low temperature. The epoxy will need more time to cure if your room temperature is lower than the recommended range. Applying heat to the project will help it finish curing.
  2. Off-ratio mixing. There may have been too much or too little hardener, which directly affects the cure time of the batch.
  3. Insufficient mixing. You may not have mixed long enough for the resin and hardener to be adequately mixed for a proper cure. Always mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  4. Incorrect resin or hardener. Using UVPoxy resin or hardener with Liquid Plastic resin or hardener will cause under curing, overreacting, or other adverse effects to the batch.

Our products are rated with similar heat resistance to any on the market. No epoxies are heat proof or fireproof so leaving a hot pan or item on the surface will leave a visible mark.

To become a retailer, you need to have a retail location that is open to the public at least Monday to Friday. You need to purchase and maintain a certain volume of product. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we will provide you with more details.

At this time, we only sell products through our retailers. You can purchase from your local retailer or find one who sells EcoPoxy online. For manufacturer discounts, please contact one of our retailers, as they offer discounts for higher volume sales.

EcoPoxy products do not need finishes. They naturally cure to a high gloss. For a matte finish, you simply sand the surface with 3,000-grit sandpaper. Most oil based finishes should adhere to the epoxy or at least form a film overtop, which can clear it out after sanding. The optimal grit for most finishes is 320 or higher. Proven brands like Osmo, Rubio, and Odie’s oils/waxes have been used with great success by many customers.

No, not yet, but we are working hard toward that. However, we do have some products that exceed 70% bio content.

For best results, we recommend you use EcoPoxy pigments with EcoPoxy resins. There are other pigments that are also compatible with our products, but they have a lower concentration. Do your own testing, and go with what works for you.

If stored in a cool dry environment and in sealed containers, our solvent-free products have a near-unlimited shelf life. If the material is more than a year old, you should do a small test to make sure it still performs as expected.

Because of the additives in GloPoxy that keep the glow ingredients from settling, the resin may become thick and almost solidified. To soften it, simply warm it up and mix it again. That should return it to its original state.

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GloPoxy

Possible causes are:

  1. Low temperature. The epoxy will need more time to cure if your room temperature is lower than the recommended range. Applying heat to the project will help it finish curing.
  2. Off-ratio mixing. There may have been too much or too little hardener, which directly affects the cure time of the batch.
  3. Insufficient mixing. You may not have mixed long enough for the resin and hardener to be adequately mixed for a proper cure. Always mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  4. Incorrect resin or hardener. Using UVPoxy resin or hardener with Liquid Plastic resin or hardener will cause under curing, overreacting, or other adverse effects to the batch.

Our products are rated with similar heat resistance to any on the market. No epoxies are heat proof or fireproof so leaving a hot pan or item on the surface will leave a visible mark.

To become a retailer, you need to have a retail location that is open to the public at least Monday to Friday. You need to purchase and maintain a certain volume of product. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we will provide you with more details.

At this time, we only sell products through our retailers. You can purchase from your local retailer or find one who sells EcoPoxy online. For manufacturer discounts, please contact one of our retailers, as they offer discounts for higher volume sales.

EcoPoxy products do not need finishes. They naturally cure to a high gloss. For a matte finish, you simply sand the surface with 3,000-grit sandpaper. Most oil based finishes should adhere to the epoxy or at least form a film overtop, which can clear it out after sanding. The optimal grit for most finishes is 320 or higher. Proven brands like Osmo, Rubio, and Odie’s oils/waxes have been used with great success by many customers.

No, not yet, but we are working hard toward that. However, we do have some products that exceed 70% bio content.

For best results, we recommend you use EcoPoxy pigments with EcoPoxy resins. There are other pigments that are also compatible with our products, but they have a lower concentration. Do your own testing, and go with what works for you.

If stored in a cool dry environment and in sealed containers, our solvent-free products have a near-unlimited shelf life. If the material is more than a year old, you should do a small test to make sure it still performs as expected.

Because of the additives in GloPoxy that keep the glow ingredients from settling, the resin may become thick and almost solidified. To soften it, simply warm it up and mix it again. That should return it to its original state.

Category: GloPoxy

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GloPoxy

Possible causes are:

  1. Low temperature. The epoxy will need more time to cure if your room temperature is lower than the recommended range. Applying heat to the project will help it finish curing.
  2. Off-ratio mixing. There may have been too much or too little hardener, which directly affects the cure time of the batch.
  3. Insufficient mixing. You may not have mixed long enough for the resin and hardener to be adequately mixed for a proper cure. Always mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  4. Incorrect resin or hardener. Using UVPoxy resin or hardener with Liquid Plastic resin or hardener will cause under curing, overreacting, or other adverse effects to the batch.

Our products are rated with similar heat resistance to any on the market. No epoxies are heat proof or fireproof so leaving a hot pan or item on the surface will leave a visible mark.

To become a retailer, you need to have a retail location that is open to the public at least Monday to Friday. You need to purchase and maintain a certain volume of product. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we will provide you with more details.

At this time, we only sell products through our retailers. You can purchase from your local retailer or find one who sells EcoPoxy online. For manufacturer discounts, please contact one of our retailers, as they offer discounts for higher volume sales.

EcoPoxy products do not need finishes. They naturally cure to a high gloss. For a matte finish, you simply sand the surface with 3,000-grit sandpaper. Most oil based finishes should adhere to the epoxy or at least form a film overtop, which can clear it out after sanding. The optimal grit for most finishes is 320 or higher. Proven brands like Osmo, Rubio, and Odie’s oils/waxes have been used with great success by many customers.

No, not yet, but we are working hard toward that. However, we do have some products that exceed 70% bio content.

For best results, we recommend you use EcoPoxy pigments with EcoPoxy resins. There are other pigments that are also compatible with our products, but they have a lower concentration. Do your own testing, and go with what works for you.

If stored in a cool dry environment and in sealed containers, our solvent-free products have a near-unlimited shelf life. If the material is more than a year old, you should do a small test to make sure it still performs as expected.

Because of the additives in GloPoxy that keep the glow ingredients from settling, the resin may become thick and almost solidified. To soften it, simply warm it up and mix it again. That should return it to its original state.

Category: GloPoxy

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GloPoxy

Possible causes are:

  1. Low temperature. The epoxy will need more time to cure if your room temperature is lower than the recommended range. Applying heat to the project will help it finish curing.
  2. Off-ratio mixing. There may have been too much or too little hardener, which directly affects the cure time of the batch.
  3. Insufficient mixing. You may not have mixed long enough for the resin and hardener to be adequately mixed for a proper cure. Always mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  4. Incorrect resin or hardener. Using UVPoxy resin or hardener with Liquid Plastic resin or hardener will cause under curing, overreacting, or other adverse effects to the batch.

Our products are rated with similar heat resistance to any on the market. No epoxies are heat proof or fireproof so leaving a hot pan or item on the surface will leave a visible mark.

To become a retailer, you need to have a retail location that is open to the public at least Monday to Friday. You need to purchase and maintain a certain volume of product. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we will provide you with more details.

At this time, we only sell products through our retailers. You can purchase from your local retailer or find one who sells EcoPoxy online. For manufacturer discounts, please contact one of our retailers, as they offer discounts for higher volume sales.

EcoPoxy products do not need finishes. They naturally cure to a high gloss. For a matte finish, you simply sand the surface with 3,000-grit sandpaper. Most oil based finishes should adhere to the epoxy or at least form a film overtop, which can clear it out after sanding. The optimal grit for most finishes is 320 or higher. Proven brands like Osmo, Rubio, and Odie’s oils/waxes have been used with great success by many customers.

No, not yet, but we are working hard toward that. However, we do have some products that exceed 70% bio content.

For best results, we recommend you use EcoPoxy pigments with EcoPoxy resins. There are other pigments that are also compatible with our products, but they have a lower concentration. Do your own testing, and go with what works for you.

If stored in a cool dry environment and in sealed containers, our solvent-free products have a near-unlimited shelf life. If the material is more than a year old, you should do a small test to make sure it still performs as expected.

Because of the additives in GloPoxy that keep the glow ingredients from settling, the resin may become thick and almost solidified. To soften it, simply warm it up and mix it again. That should return it to its original state.

Category: GloPoxy

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GloPoxy

Possible causes are:

  1. Low temperature. The epoxy will need more time to cure if your room temperature is lower than the recommended range. Applying heat to the project will help it finish curing.
  2. Off-ratio mixing. There may have been too much or too little hardener, which directly affects the cure time of the batch.
  3. Insufficient mixing. You may not have mixed long enough for the resin and hardener to be adequately mixed for a proper cure. Always mix thoroughly for a minimum of 3 minutes.
  4. Incorrect resin or hardener. Using UVPoxy resin or hardener with Liquid Plastic resin or hardener will cause under curing, overreacting, or other adverse effects to the batch.

Our products are rated with similar heat resistance to any on the market. No epoxies are heat proof or fireproof so leaving a hot pan or item on the surface will leave a visible mark.

To become a retailer, you need to have a retail location that is open to the public at least Monday to Friday. You need to purchase and maintain a certain volume of product. For more information, please fill out the contact form, and we will provide you with more details.

At this time, we only sell products through our retailers. You can purchase from your local retailer or find one who sells EcoPoxy online. For manufacturer discounts, please contact one of our retailers, as they offer discounts for higher volume sales.

EcoPoxy products do not need finishes. They naturally cure to a high gloss. For a matte finish, you simply sand the surface with 3,000-grit sandpaper. Most oil based finishes should adhere to the epoxy or at least form a film overtop, which can clear it out after sanding. The optimal grit for most finishes is 320 or higher. Proven brands like Osmo, Rubio, and Odie’s oils/waxes have been used with great success by many customers.

No, not yet, but we are working hard toward that. However, we do have some products that exceed 70% bio content.

For best results, we recommend you use EcoPoxy pigments with EcoPoxy resins. There are other pigments that are also compatible with our products, but they have a lower concentration. Do your own testing, and go with what works for you.

If stored in a cool dry environment and in sealed containers, our solvent-free products have a near-unlimited shelf life. If the material is more than a year old, you should do a small test to make sure it still performs as expected.

Because of the additives in GloPoxy that keep the glow ingredients from settling, the resin may become thick and almost solidified. To soften it, simply warm it up and mix it again. That should return it to its original state.

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