What Makes ArtResin Safe To Use?

ArtResin is safe to use, which makes it unique because most epoxy resins on the market are highly toxic.

Most epoxy resins are intended for industrial use, which means that you should be working in an environment with industrial ventilation, wearing a hazmat suit, and a full-on respirator to protect yourself from their noxious fumes.

ArtResin, on the other hand, is non-toxic when used as directed, has no VOCs, no fumes, no BPA, is low odor, and non-flammable in its liquid form and safe for home use when used in a well ventilated area.





All of this is possible because we source only the highest quality raw materials, we add no solvents or cheap, non-reactive diluents, making for a clean, user-friendly formula. ArtResin is a clean system meaning everything in it reacts so nothing is free to become airborne and cause health issues.  

Because of this, ArtResin is safety regulated by the American Society For Testing and Materials, as conforming to 
ASTM D 4236, meaning it's safe for home use when used as directed in a well ventilated area. 
For all these reasons, it is classified as a non-hazardous material and is shippable by air. Make sure you wear gloves to protect your skin and be confident that you're using a high quality, safe product for your artwork.

Read more about The Benefits of ArtResin in our blog.

Do you want to learn more about epoxy resin and safety? Read our guides below:

Is ArtResin Safe For Home Use?

What Safety Precautions Should I Take When Using ArtResin?

Is ArtResin Food Safe?

Safety Certifications - What Do They Mean?

Food Safe Epoxy Guide 

Is Epoxy Resin Toxic?

Non Toxic Epoxy Resin

Is ArtResin BPA Free?

Can You Be Allergic To Epoxy Resin?

ArtResin: Made For Artists By Artists

About the author: Rebecca Zak

Hi, I’m Rebecca, and I co-founded ArtResin with my husband, Dave. I’m a serial entrepreneur! As an artist and a former teacher, I've been able to leverage my creativity and experience to start multiple business ventures. In fact, there's nothing I love more than seeing a good idea turned into...