Here are some helpful Tips for Cleaning up Epoxy Resin. We add some tips our friends on Instagram shared with us too!
I use painters plastic to cover my workspace. The same that they lay down when painting a house
I just use wax paper and a microfiber towel for any drips. I did this yesterday on my bathroom counter tops. So very limited space 😂
Coat the counter in mold release and have fun... I'm just kidding, I've never done that... But it might work lol. Silicone baking sheets do actually work well though
Always grab extra harbor freight ads to lay down. Also I use clear dixie cups since you can use the ridges on the cup to be certain you have 1 to 1 ratio
Gloves, warm water bath to warm up resin, Stir stick, wax paper to lay down while working, 2nd cup to pour into to finish mixing, timer to time yourself for mixing. Near by clock works. silicone mold to pour into, toothpicks to help the bubbles rise and to remove any hair, heat gun to help to pop bubbles, torches easily can ruin molds. A flat level surface to allow the pieces to cure onto and a coverless storage tub flipped upsidedown to cover while curing. If not using a mold torches can be used. And alcohol to help remove any unwanted resin, baby wipes works great too.
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