The epoxy resin needs to be mixed with the hardeners thoroughly so that they cure optimally and there are no uncured spots left. There is always a particular ratio that is set for every epoxy resin to be mixed with the hardener. The ratio is always written on the packaging. Though it is usually 1:1 for the epoxy resin and hardener, it is also always recommended to check it first before as if the right ratio is not used. The epoxy will not set. You also need to measure the epoxy resin and the hardener accurately. This can be done easily by the use of the resin calculator. After you have measured the epoxy resin, you will need to mix the two components. You need to use the right type of tools. We recommend using a flat-surfaced spatula and a big bowl to mix the two components. As epoxy is a thermosetting substance, it requires to be at a certain temperature to work optimally. It is recommended to put your epoxy In the
The temperature of 20-25 degrees Celsius to get the best desired results.