As far as I know, epoxy is not carcinogenic. However, the long-term temasta is allergic. So wear gloves (rubber surgical gloves, cheap nylon gloves if you can not find them) while working with epoxy and avoid contact with skin. Keep your eyes very well, absolutely not contagious. Bleed the epoxy vapor and the abrasive powder (use a dust mask). Detailed information about health issues is available on the boxes. Once you've gotten an epoxy, there's no difference from the plastic you know, and it's harmless.

In an epoxy form, your clothes, your tools, etc. it finds its way to infection, which is a difficult substance to study. Clean your instrument with paper towels before the contaminated epoxy is frozen. The frozen epoxy can not be cleaned with water. Though some chemicals are sold to dissolve frozen epoxies, but I do not know how effective they are when I do not use them. It seems to me best to clean it with paper without freezing me. Once you have frozen, you have no chance, but you can dismantle it with sanding or grinding.

We mentioned that epoxin is an exothermic, ie heat-generating reaction when freezing. If you prepare in large quantities, the epoxy on the cap can get very hot. As the heat is accelerated, the freezing process accelerates, and as the freezing process accelerates, more heat becomes available. To prepare, people often use paper or plastic disposable containers, and when they are mixed in large quantities, sometimes even the burning of these containers can happen. That's why it's worth working with small quantities. If you pour into a broad-bottomed container after mixing the epoxies, the freezing process will be slower and less heat-releasing, since the heat transfer becomes easier.

If you try to apply a new coat on the previously applied epoxy, if the lower epoxy is not fully frozen, it will chemically bond to the new coat and form the strongest bond. If the underlying epoxy is completely frozen then it is not the case that the new cata- tos are chemically bonded. In this case, we have to mechanically hold the layers between layers, so you should thoroughly sand the bottom frozen layer before applying new epoxies.

Especially in cool and humid environments, a thin film of waxy consistency can form on the frozen epoxin. This substance is a result of chemical reaction and completely harmless. However, we need to get rid of it as it can get into trouble with your sandpaper. Fortunately, this is a water-soluble substance. Therefore, it is useful to get rid of this material by wiping wet paper towels before frozen epoxy sanding.

It never sticks or sticks to epoxy plastic. So you can cover your desk with nylon whilst working with the epoxy. If you do not do this, your desk may stick to your desk forever. If you do not know if it sticks to a particular substance, do a test with tiny pieces.

The only bad property of Epoxy is its sensitivity to ultraviolet (UV) rays. It is said that the UV beam breaks down the molecular bonds in the epoxy and weakens the epoxy over time. I do not know how long this is. As a matter of fact, accidentally left and right droplets of epoxy droplets have been stuck in the sun for over a year. Nevertheless, it is useful to implement the recommendation. If your epidemic job is going to be in the sun, you need to paint. Do not use light-colored paint in hot climates like Turkey, particularly recommend because there is more likely to affect the temperature of the frozen epoxy. If you want to be transparent, you need to use a varnish that does not pass UV rays. Standard yacht varnishes do not have this feature.

Epoxy wood can be used for bonding metals, styrofoam and even stones. I even stuck a glass. It should not be forgotten how well it penetrates the material, it will bond so strongly. Therefore, if the surfaces to be bonded are smooth, you should thoroughly sand. Some manufacturers sell special kits for metal applications (especially for aluminum).