Why is my resin bendable?
In most cases, the reason you have resin that bends is due to the fact that the resin needs more time to cure.
After 24 hours, ArtResin will be at a 95% solidity rate.
If you attempt to curve or move the resin before that 24 hour mark, the resin will likely bend..
What happens if you don’t put enough hardener in resin?
It is only when mixed with an epoxy hardener that they can cure properly. If applied onto a floor without the hardener, the resin would remain a near liquid indefinitely and could not transform into a durable flooring system.
How do you make resin harder?
Make sure you resin in a warm environment ( 75-85F or 24-30C is best ) Don’t add more than 6% colorant to your resin. Measure your resin and hardener in equal amounts by volume. Mix your resin thoroughly for at least 3 minutes.
How do I make epoxy resin harder?
Jennifer B. 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.
How do you harden tacky epoxy?
Tips and Tricks to harden sticky resinMake sure the ambient temperature of your workspace is 75-85°F (24-30°C)Make sure you add maximum 6%, by volume, colorant to your epoxy mixture.Make sure you follow the correct mixing ratio for resin and hardener.Make sure you mix thoroughly for at least 3 minutes.More items…•
How do you keep resin from hardening?
The ‘working time’ of epoxy resin may be extended (to some degree) by controlling temperate conditions. For instance, by working in a cooler room or weather; and by keeping the material cool as well. Conversely, working in a warm environment or heating up the polymer will result in quicker curing times.