It’s your best bet against air bubbles every time! Read our instructions and recommended techniques below.
Some More Handy Tips & Ideas To Prevent Resin Bubbles:
- Seal anything that may contain air, like wood, inkjet prints or paper with a brush on or spray sealant.
- Make sure the resin is warm ( 75-85 F or 24-30C is ideal. )
You can give cold resin a warm water bath if you like by placing the unopened resin and hardener bottles in a warm water bath for 20 minutes or so, drying them off thoroughly before you measure and mix.
- Stir your resin mixture slowly: whipping it will induce more bubbles.
- Pour your resin out slowly and pour close to the resin surface.
- Pour in thin layers: if you pour too thick, bubbles won’t have a chance to escape to the top or get torched out.
- Always use a torch/ to get rid of bubbles: heat gun just can’t match the heat of a flame.
Do you want to learn more about troubleshooting epoxy resin? Read our guides below:
- ArtResin’s Troubleshooting Guide
- Tips To Prevent Bubbles
- Can I Fix Small Imperefection In My Resin?
- Is It Possible To Overstir My ArtResin?
- How Do I Remove Epoxy Resin Drips?
- Is It Possible To Over Torch My ArtResin?
- Epoxy Resin Non Hardening
- How To Prevent Bendy Resin
- How To Fix Soft, Sticky Spots In My Resin?
- How Can I Avoid Getting Dimples In My Epoxy Resin?
- How To Reduce Dust Before Your Resin?
- How Can I Get Rid Of Bubbles In My Cured Resin?
- How Can I Fix Dust In My Epoxy Resin?
- How Can I Deal With Epoxy Resin Drips After They've Dried?
- What Happens If I Overtorch Resin?
- Why Does My Resin Look Milky?
- Why Is My Epoxy Resin Still Sticky?
- Why Is My Resin Bendy?
- Why Are There Bare Spots In My Cured Resin?
- What Does Silicone Do To Resin?