- 1 Which resin is best for tumblers?
- 2 What kind of epoxy do you use on glitter tumblers?
- 3 What can you use instead of epoxy for tumblers?
- 4 How many coats of epoxy do you put on a tumbler?
- 5 Can you seal a tumbler without epoxy?
- 6 How do I customize my tumblers with epoxy?
- 7 Is it safe to epoxy plastic tumblers?
- 8 What can be used instead of epoxy?
- 9 Can you use Modge podge instead of epoxy?
- 10 Do you have to sand between coats of epoxy on tumbler?
- 11 Do you epoxy the bottom of tumblers?
- 12 How long does it take for epoxy to cure on tumblers?
Which resin is best for tumblers?
When using a metal tumbler, Stainless Steel is the best bet for applying resin to your tumbler. The Epoxy Resin adheres better to the Stainless Steel than any other metal and it does not need a coat of paint. However, if you want to complement your colour you can always apply a base coat of paint.
What kind of epoxy do you use on glitter tumblers?
How to Mix and Apply Epoxy to a Glitter Tumbler. If you’re wondering what kind of epoxy to use on tumblers, which is a common question from beginners – I used Amazing Clear Cast brand epoxy. It comes with both epoxy part that you will need to mix together. You can also get it as part of a full epoxy tumbler kit.
What can you use instead of epoxy for tumblers?
Are There Any Alternatives to Epoxy if You Want to Make Tumblers?
- Crystalac (a water-based polyeurethane)
- Clear Diamond Finish (a clear urethane)
- 2K Clear Glamour Clear Coat (a spray urethane)
How many coats of epoxy do you put on a tumbler?
Whatever the project you ‘re working on, you ‘ll need several coats of epoxy resin and hardener. Most projects need between two and four. However many coats you ‘re planning on, you need to recoat at the right time and in the right way and ensure your surface is properly prepared.
Can you seal a tumbler without epoxy?
Make sure to remove the tape before the Mod Podge dries! There you have it! A way to make a decorated Yeti cup or Ozark tumbler without having to use epoxy. As you can see from the pictures, it’s not as smooth as epoxy but it still works and actually has a nice texture to it!
How do I customize my tumblers with epoxy?
- Wash tumbler.
- Apply tape to top (and bottom – optional).
- Spray paint the tumbler if needed. Let dry.
- Apply a layer of mod podge with long even strokes.
- Dump glitter all over while you are turning the tumbler so the mod podge is all covered.
- Remove tape.
- Let dry fully (over night).
- Time to epoxy.
Is it safe to epoxy plastic tumblers?
Epoxy resin does not adhere to plastic and can peel off in time. If your tumbler has a small amount of plastic on it, you can cover it with a plastic -compatible spray paint to give the resin something to hang onto.
What can be used instead of epoxy?
Usually, hard plaster or concrete can be used as casting materials instead of epoxy resin.
Can you use Modge podge instead of epoxy?
It works as a sealant to your projects, you can gluwork your project with some classic mod podge and then use the Super Gloss over the top. So it gives you a very shiny, clear finish that looks like epoxy.
Do you have to sand between coats of epoxy on tumbler?
Do you have to sand epoxy tumblers? Sand the entire piece evenly. It will look terrible when you finish sanding it, but don’t worry. After you pour the second coat of epoxy, it will look good as new!
Begin by pouring a small amount of epoxy on the bottom of your tumbler. Evenly coat the bottom and slowly bring your epoxy over the edge and down the side. If you feel your glove drag, you ‘re out of epoxy.
How long does it take for epoxy to cure on tumblers?
Once the entire surface has been evenly covered, allow it to turn until it is dry to the touch, within 18-24 hours.