Why Artists Need to Look into ArtResin!Posted on 20 Jan 12:19
Go to any group art show anywhere in the world and you are likely to see some artist or photographer coating their work in epoxy resin.
Epoxy resin makes artwork look glossy, finished, and professional. It transforms artwork into a product, on another level.
A coat of ArtResin instantly increases the value of your artwork because the finish creates a more expensive looking aesthetic.
It also keeps the colors underneath vibrant, acting very much like expensive UV glass that framers use. UV light is filtered before it reaches your colouring mediums on the work.
Also, it makes the art waterproof!
But can you use just any epoxy resin?
So many artists have learned this the hard way (ourselves included), and they've since come to us! We actually started ArtResin because other resins on the market ruined our art by quickly turning golden yellow and gave us headaches.
In fact, most epoxy resins yellow badly over time, even to the point of 'chalking' which means it turns cloudy too. Some can also crack.
(The one on the left is the #1 selling brand right now in the craft industry. Right is ArtResin. Both exposed to UV light in the exact same conditions and time.)
Also, you have to wear a respirator with 99% + epoxy resin products out there. We have heard stories from customers about how [brand name removed] made their teeth rot. Seriously. Google it! They had to replace all their teeth. Others have had to stop using competitive brands because the started having seizures.
ArtResin was made for these reasons. It has the best empirically-tested non-yellowing protection in the world and you don't need a respirator to use it. The shelf life also has beat records, staying fresh in the bottle for months longer than competition.
For all these reason, we are proud to present ArtResin as the best epoxy resin, hands down. You can believe us, or check out the thousands of satisfied customers posting all over the internet!
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So, have you not tried epoxy resin and need to be convinced further?
Call us at 1-877-401-4001 and we'll be happy to chat about your ideas.
My name is Dave (I'm the artist-CEO) and I love talking to people who make things.