Food-safe epoxy resins for home use. Do they exist? Let's dive deeper in the world of the safety and regulations and try to understand what it means for you. In this blogpost we will cover the basics of the food-safety claims about the epoxy resins so you can make an educated choice when selecting your next resin for your project.
Bisphenol-A (BPA) and Epichlorohydrin are standard building blocks in manufacturing epoxy resins. Both of these compounds pose a health hazard in free form. Let's dive into the importance of the highest-grade raw materials and proper technological processes for manufacturing safe epoxy resin.
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.
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.