Why did my Epoxy Blush?

Some epoxy resins are prone to blushing in cold and damp conditions. Blush is a greasy feeling surface feature that can occur when the epoxy reacts with atmospheric moisture as it is curing. Blush, being water soluble and strictly on the surface can easily be removed by washing the epoxy with warm soapy water after it has cured. 

To avoid the extra step of removing any blush, some epoxy formulas are specifically formulated to be blush free in any conditions. Our blush free epoxy products are; SilverTip Epoxy, Clear Coat Epoxy, and Cold Cure Epoxy

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