The complete guide to using resin for wood

The complete guide to using resin for wood

You are in the right place, because in this article you will find not only all the information you are looking for, but also a complete guide on how to build a table in wood and resin without making mistakes. Now let's see why transparent epoxy resin is the best resin for wood, then let's move on to the guide on how to build a wooden table.

Making things with epoxy resin for wood isn't always easy; problems can arise that make resin work difficult.

With Cristal P, you can pour epoxy resin for wood up to a thickness of 30 cm/m2 in one go, and it is the only epoxy resin on the market that can achieve these results. It avoids the problem of overheating that all other traditional epoxy resins have and prevents the different levels of casting from being visible due to its unique formula and quality. If, on the other hand, you use lower quality traditional resins and have to cast large thicknesses, we recommend that you do not apply very thick layers in one go to avoid overheating of the resin during casting.

Resin shrinks excessively: If you've been experiencing this issue, you've most likely not used a high-quality wood epoxy. The solution is to replace it.

The resin solidifies too quickly: you are probably pouring too much, and it is not suitable for casting with high thicknesses, so divide the mass and quantities to avoid hardening too quickly.

The clear wood resin is opaque after casting because it was not stored carefully according to the manufacturer's instructions, you mixed it incorrectly, or it is of poor quality.

The resin contains air bubbles: you can't completely avoid the formation of air bubbles because they are a byproduct of the mixing process, but you can easily remove them after

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