Instructions for mixing epoxy resin

Mix the resin (component A) with the hardener (component B). Each component must be measured strictly by weight in grams (not in milliliters, you need to set the desired function in grams on the scales).
Strictly adhere to the mixing ratios indicated on the resin labels.
After measuring the required amount, mix the components in one container. Use a clean and dry plastic or paper cup of a suitable size.
Next, mix the ingredients with a wooden stick for 5-7 minutes. It is necessary to stir slowly, while carefully collecting material from the walls and bottom of the container.
It is important that the components bond well with each other and that there are no unmixed residues that can lead to unhardened parts of the filler.
Once mixed, the resin can be poured into silicone molds, homemade formwork, or other molds designed for epoxy.
Use a bubble level to make sure the pour surface is even.
Work with epoxy resin in a well-ventilated area with humidity not higher than 50-60% at a temperature not lower than +20 and not higher than +25-27°C.
Do not leave more than 150 grams of mixed resin in one container for more than 10-15 minutes. To prevent the resin from boiling, pour the mixture into other larger containers.
Add no more than 4-5% of dyes, pigments and other additives to the finished mixture.
For resin, it is recommended to use special dyes and pigments. Do not add water-based dyes to epoxy.
It is not recommended to work with resin during and immediately after rain. The optimum humidity in the room for working with resin is 50-55%.