GOODNA - Learn to make 4x Resin Sandwich Trays (choose your own colours)
Time & Location
About the Event
RESIN CLASS TERMS AND CONDITIONS, CARE INSTRUCTIONS, COLLECTION AND FIRST AID INFORMATION INCLUDING THE SAFETY DATA SHEETS CAN BE LOCATED HERE.
What's included in this studio-based class:
- Your Class
- 4 sandiwch trays to decorate
- All materials, resin, pigment & metallic mica powder (you choose colours from our range)
- All equipment needed in class
- Curing in studio
- post-sanding before collection
Please arrive a few minutes early so you can meet your fellow makers, grab a seat and unwind and soak up the chilled vibe before the class starts.
A FEW THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT WORKING WITH RESIN
Resin is a chemical and as such you need to be aware that there are a few moving pieces to make sure it sets properly. We encourage you to ensure you are following your teacher's directions to the letter to avoid disappointment with your final piece.
The room will be set to 24 degrees, this is reasonably warm, add the body temperature of everyone in the room into the mix and it will sit somewhere between 24-30 which is what we need for your resin to cure properly.
Around 40 minutes after you mix your resin it will start to harden. But the chances are it will still be reasonably fluid on departure. We will hold onto your moulds for a week, once cured we will sand the base to create a seamless finish for you.
Your coasters and tray will be food-grade cured within 7 days (depending on humidity and heat).
You will not get a cure if you:
Stir copious amounts of bubbles into your resin, fold the chemicals together! (go slow once they are in we can't get them out)
Inaccurately measure and mix your resin (take time to get this right - or you will have a sticky result that won't set)
Inaccurately mix your colour pigment into your resin (make sure it's mixed thoroughly or you will get sticky patches after cure)
Add more than 10% colour pigment (this will change the ratio and your board won't set)
Don't mix the chemicals properly scraping the edges and bottom as you go (unmixed resin will stay sticky and not cure)
You can also read the FAQs for the brand resin used in this class here.
Your teacher will mention all this in class (lots of times) and walk you through it step by step, but please be aware going in that paying attention is the best way to get a proper cure. We will not take responsibility for issues that come about because people are not listening and miss a step.
DISCLAIMER / FIRST AID
Please be advised that Sip 'n' Dip Australia will place an artist to supervise this class and all measures will be taken to provide a safe environment for you to enjoy resin, however, Sip 'n' Dip Australia takes no responsibility for personal liability and damage for those not following instructions provided.
At room temperature exposure to vapour is minimal due to low volatility. The LC50 has not been determined.
Skin Contact: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
Eye Contact: May cause irritation to eyes.
Ingestion: No anticipated harmful effects in small amounts.
Inhalation: May cause sensitisation by inhalation.
Brand: Just Resin
Safety Data Sheets: Can be found here.
We use a UV stabilised, self-levelling Art Resin.
General Advice: Seek medical advice. If breathing has stopped or is laboured give assisted respirations. Supplemental oxygen maybe indicated. If the heart has stopped begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation immediately.
Inhalation: Remove the source of contamination or move the victim to fresh air. Ensure airways are clear and have qualified person give oxygen through a face mask if breathing is difficult. If symptoms develop and persist seek medical attention.
Ingestion: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Immediately wash out mouth with water. If symptoms persist seek medical attention.
Skin: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse or discard. If symptoms develop seek medical attention.
Eye: If contact with the eye(s) occurs, wash with copious amounts of water holding eyelid(s) open. Take care not to rinse contaminated water unto the non-affected eye. If symptoms persist seek medical
Apply heat to your resin (it will melt) - our resin can withstand a hot coffee cup 14 days after cure.
Leave it in the sun (it will turn yellow eventually if left exposed to UV light)
Stack things on top of it (it will leave dimples in your surface eventually)
Cut on your resin (it's not a chopping board its art, using a knife will leave marks)
Wash with warm soapy water & Rinse
Plenty of free parking, a reminder this is designed as a night out to allow people to unwind, you are welcome to bring your kids (if they are registered makers and supervised during class) but we encourage you to leave toddlers and babies with babysitters and enjoy an awesome night off the tools and allow others to do the same.
If you purchased more than one seat you will automatically be grouped with those seats (even if you made them in separate transactions), if you would like to be grouped with other attendees in particular (your friend paid for their own ticket) just let us know their name and we will be sure to seat you together!
If you book a ticket (paid or unpaid) and don't show up, we do not offer a refund and you are required to pay for your class. The reason we do not offer discounts is that we have to purchase supplies in advance of the class to account for your attendance. If you let us know in advance of the class we will happily transfer your ticket to another event or offer you a credit to use at any of our classes but we do not offer refunds.
We are presently unable to offer aprons due to strict COVID requirements (we can be fined $$), so we recommend that you wear something you don't mind getting a little resin on (you won't be able to get it off once it's on so older clothes are recommended or a BYO apron).
- Sold OutGeneral Admission$65$650$0