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removing sticky epoxy

How to Remove Soft & Sticky Epoxy

If you ever have an issue where the epoxy remains soft and sticky on the surface 24 hrs after applying, the epoxy has not cured.  Uncured epoxy is the result of a few common mistakes most likely caused by the following: Not Mixed thoroughly Epoxy needs to be thoroughly mixed for it to cure correctly.  […]

The Easiest Way to Measure Epoxy by Volume

Using MAS Epoxies Pre-marked Cups to Measure and Mix We want to save you time and using pre-marked mixing cups is the easiest way to measure your resin.  Not only that, measuring and mixing epoxy properly is the best way to ensure your project will be a thing of beauty and not a gummy mess.  […]

How to Make a River Table

At MAS Epoxies, we get asked how to build a river table very often.  So, we want to provide you with step by step instructions and video that shows you the process of building a live edge river table from start to finish.  Keep reading for all the steps and materials needed to build your […]

Why is my epoxy not hardening?

There are numerous reasons why resin can cure improperly. If you found this page you were probably thinking… Why is my resin flexible? How long does resin take to dry? This article will help explain the main culprits for a tacky or improperly cured epoxy resin pour!  Mix Ratio Each system is a two part epoxy meaning Part A & Part […]

Why is my epoxy resin hot and smoking?

What is an Exothermic Reaction? If you found this post you probably had this experience! You look over and see your epoxy resin smoking or maybe your mixing cup melted. When you mix Part A (resin) and Part B (hardener) together new chemical bonds begin to form causing an epoxy exothermic reaction. Energy is released […]

MAS Table Top Pro Epoxy FAQ

Here is a list of common tips and techniques about MAS Table Top Pro epoxy application process. Product information regarding cure time, surface preparation, hardness, mixing quantities and more. Therefore, making your experience with MAS Table Top Pro epoxy as easy as possible. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Nitrile gloves, Tyvek arm guards, and disposable aprons […]

What is Non-blushing Epoxy?

What is Amine Blush? Amine blush is a chemical reaction that can occur when environmental conditions are favorable for the amine curing agent on the surface of the coating to react with carbon dioxide and moisture in the atmosphere to form a carbamate.  Or in more practical terms, the reaction some epoxy resin systems have with the air […]

Which Epoxy Resin to Use?

“Which epoxy resin should I use?”  An excellent question, and one we get asked all the time.  So, let’s dive into the resin options in our 2:1 Non-Blushing system.  We will explain the differences between our LV or Low Viscosity resin and its counterpart FLAG resin so you know which one you want to use […]