A FEW THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT WORKING WITH RESIN IN OUR CLASSES

 

Resin is a chemical and as such is considered dangerous and caution should be taken when working with it. We choose to work with a LOW VOLITILITY resin with a LOW TO NO ODOUR. This is not the same composition as resin glues or resin you find in Bunnings that have an extremely high odour.

 

The resin we use is designed for art and artists, domestically (not commercially and can not be used for boats, floors or other commercial applications liek river tables).

 

Epoxy Resin, generally speaking, is completely cured at 7days (when mixed & measured correctly, and allowed to cure in appropriate conditions), which means it is stable and inert - and in-turn complies with FDA regulations.

When working with chemicals like epoxy resins we complete the food and drink component of the class before we commence our class. 

PLEASE CAREFIULLY READ THE COMPREHENSIVE RESIN DISCLOSURE BLOG POST LISTED HERE THAT COVERS SAFETY, TOXICOLOGY, FIRST AID, RISKS AND EVERYTHING TO DO WITH MAKING AN INFORMED CHOICE AS TO THE SUITABILITY OF RESIN FOR YOU. DETAILS ARE ALSO PROVIDED IN THE SEARCHABLE FAQ'S BELOW