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We created this blog post to help you get the best results for your application and to help prolong the shelf-life of the Entropy Resins line of Super Sap products. Table of Contents Resin Storage Shelf-life Heating Epoxy Warm Room Resin Crystallization Post cure Why isn’t your resin NO VOCs? Why can’t I get a 5-gallon jug? More Questions Resin Storage Resin should always be stored indoors and off the ground (not on concrete or tiled basement/shop floor) ideally in a temperature controlled environment. Shelf-life For extended shelf-life, Resin and Hardener must always be kept above freezing – optimal working and storage...

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How do I find out the spindle (hub) size on my (sanding) Machine? Google the make and model of your machine or refer to the manual to find out that important information. What is the best all-around sanding, pad? Our best sellers are the Red Medium Cloth Flexpad both the 8 inch and 6 Inch Flexpad. This foam density allows for multiple speeds.  Both are the best workhorse to start with. What kind of sandpaper do I use with the Yellow SB9 or White SB12 Velcro shaping/sanding blocks? Use our special 4 1/2" x 11" Indasa sandpaper or 4.5"x11" Mirka Block...

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Here’s a little-known fact: Even if resins and solvents are marked as kid-friendly, eco-friendly, non-toxic, or claim to have no VOCs, they can still be very dangerous to work with – for your health and for your board. To illustrate this, we put together an experiment to show you how different resins and solvents react to materials in board construction.  The Resins and Solvents Experiment – Safety First Before we start experimenting with resins and solvents, we always make sure we are in a well-ventilated area, and we have a mask. Lots of resins that are sold in art supply...

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In this step-by-step guide, we are going to show you how to laminate a wooden surfboard with epoxy resin. In this tutorial, we will be using the CLR epoxy resin system with Fast Hardener from Entropy Resins. Before You Laminate a Wooden Surfboard with Epoxy Resin Before beginning any laminating project, you have to know how to mix and handle your epoxy resin. Check out our epoxy mixing and handling tutorial here for best practices in epoxy resin use and safety.What You’ll Need: Sturdy rack for your board Surfboard blank to work on A well-ventilated room and proper safety equipment...

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Whether it’s your first time putting together an epoxy resin mix, or you’re a seasoned pro, you should always keep in mind these 15 tips and tricks for getting the best mix for your project. TIPS FOR EPOXY RESIN MIX PREPARATION Do all your prep work first. Think through the entire process before you start.Get your substrate ready and only then start your epoxy resin mix.   Epoxy resin mix, application, and clean-up should always be the last step in the process as it requires the most attention. If it’s your first time using an epoxy resin mix, do some...

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