Is it normal for Quick Cure Wood Putty to get hot after mixing?


Quick Cure Putty is a very fast-reacting epoxy, and the chemical reaction will start to generate heat shortly after it has been mixed. In a large mass, the putty could reach up to 200 deg F. To minimize the heat, build up, only mix enough putty that can easily be applied within 3 minutes. If the putty starts to get uncomfortably hot, you have reached the end of your working time, and a fresh batch should be mixed. 

Why did my epoxy resin mix get hot?

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