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ProGlas 1105 Deep Pour Epoxy Resin
Introducing ProGlas 1105 Deep Pour Epoxy Resin - your ultimate tool for creating breathtaking, glass-like masterpieces. This highly adaptable, 100% solids resin is perfect for crafting magnificent river tables, elegant countertops, intricate figurines, and captivating art pieces up to 2" thick. Achieve stunning results with our step-by-step instructions for successful deep pour epoxy resin application.
Materials and Tools:
ProGlas 1105 Epoxy Resin Kit: Mix 2 parts Part A with one part Part B by volume.
Mixing Containers: For easy measuring and mixing, grab some clean, disposable silicone or plastic measuring cups. Avoid glass or foam containers as they can cause unwanted reactions.
Stirring Sticks or Drill Mixer: To thoroughly mix the resin, use plastic or wooden stirring sticks. If you're working with larger quantities, a drill mixer can come in handy, just be careful not to overmix.
Pigments and Additives: For a pop of color or special effects, have some pigments, dyes, or additives on hand. Just make sure to follow the manufacturer's recommendations for compatibility.
Release Agent (optional): If you'll need to remove your project from a mold, consider using a mold release agent to make the process easier.
Torch or Heat Gun: To achieve a flawless finish, use a torch or heat gun to remove any pesky air bubbles from the surface.
Stay Safe with the Right Gear: Don't forget to suit up with safety glasses, gloves, and a long-sleeved shirt. Make sure you have a well-ventilated workspace and a respirator if the fumes are too much.
Create the Perfect Workspace: Set up in a clean and well-ventilated area with a sturdy work surface. Make sure to find a spot away from direct sunlight and any drafts.
Prepare Your Work Area: Cover your work surface with a drop cloth or plastic sheet to catch any spills. Make sure your workspace is tidy and free from dust and debris.
Measure and Mix: Pour Part A and Part B into separate mixing containers. The mix ratio is two parts Part A to one part Part B by volume.
Mix Thoroughly: Stir each component separately, then combine the resin and hardener in a new container. Stir well making sure to scrape the sides and bottom to ensure everything is well mixed.
Add Color (if desired): If you're using pigments or additives for color, add them to the mixed resin according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Pour Epoxy: Pour your mixed epoxy resin onto your project surface or into a mold. Pay attention to the recommended thickness of no more than two inches and pour in layers if needed.
Remove Air Bubbles: Use a torch or heat gun to gently eliminate any air bubbles from the surface. Take it slow and be cautious not to overheat and damage the resin.
Curing Time: Let the epoxy resin cure in a dust-free environment at around 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit. This process may take anywhere from 24 hours to several days.
Finish and Sand (Optional): Once cured, sand the surface if necessary and apply a topcoat for extra protection and shine if desired.
Cleanup: Before the epoxy hardens, clean your tools and containers with acetone or an epoxy resin solvent for easy cleanup.
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