Art supply company ArtResin is introducing their main product, an Epoxy Resin designed specifically for use in art and craft projects. ArtResin was designed by a pair of artists who loved the glossy look of resin on their artwork but didn’t love the yellowing and noxious fumes of most resins on the market. They wanted to design a resin with a crystal-clear finish that stayed clear for the long term, that was easy to use and, most importantly, that was safe to use. ArtResin Epoxy Resin offers all of this: it is low odor, has no fumes, is non-toxic when used as directed, food safe once cured and offers anti-yellowing protection for long-lasting beauty.

ArtResin is available in a range of sizes, from the 8 oz introductory kit all the way up to the 10 gallon kit, designed with the professional artist in mind. Epoxy Resin is sold in two parts, a resin and a hardener, and mixing the two prompts a chemical reaction which takes them from a liquid to a solid. ArtResin uses a simple 1:1 mixing ratio: each resin kit contains an equal volume of both resin and hardener, making the process easy-to-follow even for a beginner. Artists and crafters can use ArtResin’s non-toxic formula at home or in the studio to seal photos and paintings or create works of art with a clear, high-gloss finish. Its anti-yellowing light stabilizers protect against the damaging effects of UV light, keeping ArtResin clear and looking its best for years to come.

Epoxy Resin

Coating a piece of artwork with ArtResin can be completed in four easy steps. first, measure equal parts of resin and hardener into a mixing container. Then, mix the two parts thoroughly to ensure the product cures properly. Next, pour the resin in the center of a perfectly level piece of art. The resin will start to level on its own, but a spreading tool will guide it evenly over the entire surface of the piece. The artist can either allow the resin to run over the sides or the resin can be spread right up to the edges, leaving the sides uncoated. Users will have about 45 minutes to pour and spread the resin before it gets too thick to work with. Finally, once the ArtResin is in place, cover the piece to protect it from dust and allow it to sit and cure. The surface will be dry to the touch in 24 hours and fully cured after three days. For easy clean up, wet, sticky tools and surfaces should be wiped immediately with a paper towel and isopropyl alcohol before the resin dries.

Customers who are unsure as to how much epoxy resin they will need for their project can use ArtResin’s handy Resin Calculator, available on the website. Simply enter the length and width (in either inches or centimeters) of the artwork one would like to cover and the calculator will let one know how much resin and hardener one needs. For those working on a circular piece, simply enter the diameter into ArtResin’s Circle Calculator instead. Both calculators even recommend which ArtResin kit one will need, making it super simple to buy the perfect amount.

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For more information about ArtResin, contact the company here:

ArtResin
Rebecca Zak
(877) 401-4001
info@artresin.com
2300 Apollo Circle
Carrollton, TX 75006

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