I am new to resin art and have done alot of research. I have learned that ideal temps for pouring resin is approximately 70-75 degrees F.
How ever I live in Florida and have no safe place indoors to mix, pour, or cure resin. My only option right now is to work on the back patio. I have solved the solution for the cold because there are tons of info on hotboxes.
My questions involve the other extremes.
1. How does the upper temps affect the mixing and curing process?
2. How hot is too hot before a resin fail will occur?
3. Any ideas for a cooling box?
Any suggestions or feedback is much appreciated. Thank you.