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Anyone Use Art Resin? #8118458 01/07/21 02:52 AM
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I used it to cover an old live edge clock I had sanded down (after removing the
digits) but it left a couple rough spots. I'm going to mount a couple euro's on it. My question is, if make some more, can I just
pour it over the rough spots or will I need to cover the whole thing again? Anyone have
any experience with this?

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Re: Anyone Use Art Resin? [Re: DonPablo] #8143657 01/26/21 03:25 AM
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Most resins will stick to themselves, but not all. I would test the resin by covering a small board, letting it dry/cure and then pour some more on top and see if it dries and sticks good.


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Re: Anyone Use Art Resin? [Re: DonPablo] #8155922 02/04/21 07:47 PM
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I went ahead and poured on the bare spots but it's not at all even. I'm gonna try and sand it down even. If that doesn't work, I'll sand it all off and try again.

Re: Anyone Use Art Resin? [Re: DonPablo] #8158815 02/06/21 11:38 PM
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Looks great

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