Winter is coming and the temperatures are dropping. In some areas there will be sub-zero temps. Does this mean that your epoxy resin projects will have to wait until Spring? Maybe, but most of the time that is not the case. You can still have a successful project, with a little extra planning and following some specific guidelines. First off let’s discuss how the colder temperatures can adversely affect epoxy resin. When working with resin, it is recommended to work in room temperature of at least 72 degrees (72 to 90 degrees). If the room is colder than this, the curing time will slow down considerably and the part may not cure at all. It is important to note that your project will take longer than usual to complete.