Low or zero VOC badges on epoxy resins are commonly used as a certificate of quality and/or safety of the products. Let's talk about the volatile organic compounds in epoxy resins and what you should pay attention to when choosing the right resin for your project.
Microbubbles in epoxy resin can ruin the excitement about your just finished craftsmanship. What causes them to stay inside and how to avoid them? We answer these questions in our blog post.
One of the most common issues an epoxy user can encounter is the air bubbles in epoxy coating. A summary of techniques our team finds the most effective on how to achieve the best results when working with Nerpa Polymers Coating Epoxy.
Nonylphenol is a chemical widely used in 1:1 epoxy resins designed for artists, tabletop resin applicators and DIYers. Often manufacturers claim that their epoxy is the safest available, safe for home use and other claims that look attractive to their customers. We believe that nonylphenol possesses certain dangers for epoxy users and decided to avoid it in our formulations.
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