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Here's why: resin is an oil byproduct. Because of this, pigments made from acrylic, water, and even some weirdly blended oil-based pigments don't mix properly. They may even leave an odd coating on the final result or become clumpy.To achieve your chosen hues, we advise using pigments based on solvents,...

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What distinguishes epoxy from resin, or do they have the same properties? Simply put, the finished, curing form of the essential components found in epoxy resin is referred to as epoxy. Additionally, it is a slang term for epoxide. When you combine resin with a hardener (two-part resins) or expose...

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Resin will yellow over time which can be caused by overheating when curing them or prolonged exposure to UV light. UV light is powerful and can break down the polymers in the resin, causing drastic changes like gloss loss, delamination, cracking, surface chalking and more. Resin will also yellow if...

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