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Where should I epoxy resin my piece?

Where Should I Epoxy Resin My Work? ArtResin epoxy resin has no fumes or VOCs, however it makes sense to use it in a ventilated area. It should be kept and used at room temperature in an environment that is not too humid, otherwise surface film and other imperfections can occur in your resin as it... see more

How can I make my own wooden panel to use epoxy resin on?

Making Wooden Panels for ArtResin Epoxy Resin 1. Cut masonite board (MDF board) to the dimensions you want 2. Measure length of masonite and cut wooden edges to match that length. For small pieces, use 2 x 1″ wood. For larger pieces, use 2 x 2″ wood so it's stronger. 3. Use wood glue/corrugated na... see more

Inkjet prints

Yes, you can use ArtResin epoxy resin over inkjet prints. There are many different kinds and brands of ink and paper, all of which will behave slightly differently. Glossy printed paper tends to work better than matte paper in allowing the resin to sit on top of the print without absorbing in. Gloss... see more

Spray paint

How To Resin Spray Paint Yes, ArtResin epoxy resin can be applied over dry spray paint. ... see more

Acrylic paint

How To Resin Acrylic Paint Using ArtResin Epoxy Resin on an Acrylic Painting Yes, you can resin over acrylics. ArtResin epoxy resin will not act as a solvent on acrylic so long as the surface you are resining is dry. If you are curious or hesitant as to what the outcome will be, simply conduct a t... see more

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