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What kind of coverage can I expect?

See our Resin Calculator for your specific coverage needs ... see more

Is ArtResin food safe?

ArtResin Passes Food Safety Tests Yes, once ArtResin is cured, it is fully inert and can be safely used as a food contact surface. ArtResin has been vigorously tested by a third party for leaching and migration across worldwide standards and passed every test: when used as directed, cured ArtResin ... see more

What is HALS and UV stabilization?

Epoxy resins are prone to yellowing and other degradative effects from UV light, so stabilization additives are used to help mediate the damage. A UV stabilizer works to protect against gloss loss, cracking, chalking and de-lamination, and to some extent yellowing. A UV stabilizer merely delays yel... see more

Does yellowing occur?

Laboratory Test Results Measuring Yellowing of Commercial Epoxy Resins ArtResin is derived from museum conservation-grade materials to ensure its water-clear clarity is preserved for decades. Many resins contain a UV stabilizer to help delay the epoxy's natural yellowing process, however this alone... see more

What makes ArtResin safe to use?

What Makes ArtResin Safe To Use? ArtResin has been evaluated by a certified toxicologist at the American Society for Testing and Materials as being non-toxic when used as directed (conforms to ASTM D4236). It is formulated using the highest quality materials and therefore produces no VOCs or fumes.... see more

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