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- August 13, 2016 at 2:52 pm #6231DianaGuest
I read about someone using Polyurethane as a coating as a safer alternative to coating of epoxy resin. Does that work better. I haven’t had luck with using resin as it drips and goes on unevenly.
- August 13, 2016 at 10:15 pm #6237Katherine SwiftKeymaster
Safer in what way? The finished product? When mixing polyurethanes, they can more dangerous than epoxy as some require special breathing equipment.
Polyurethane is going to drip as well. You can try a quick curing polyurethane, but you have to be ready to brush it and keep your piece moving. You may still have some drips, but at least you will do less babysitting of your resin. 🙂