- 1 Do you have to seal glitter before epoxy?
- 2 How long do you let glitter dry before epoxy?
- 3 How many coats of epoxy do you put on a tumbler?
- 4 Can you use spray epoxy on glitter tumbler?
- 5 How long does it take for epoxy to dry on a tumbler?
- 6 How do you seal glitter tumbler before epoxy?
- 7 Can you make a glitter tumbler without epoxy?
- 8 Do you sand between coats of epoxy?
- 9 How do I customize my tumbler?
- 10 How much glitter do you put in a snow globe tumbler?
- 11 Why is my glitter tumbler bumpy?
- 12 Do you have to sand between coats of epoxy on tumbler?
- 13 Do you epoxy the bottom of tumblers?
Do you have to seal glitter before epoxy?
Now you ‘ll want to seal the glitter layer with Krylon Clear Coat Spray. This just helps keep all the glitter stay sealed down enough so when you add epoxy in the next step you ‘ re not brushing glitter all over the place. Wait several hours for the cup to dry really well before moving on to epoxy.
How long do you let glitter dry before epoxy?
Let the final layer of glitter dry for 2-3 hours. Optional: You may apply a spray-on sealer at this point. Follow your can’s directions. Begin by mixing your epoxy resin, following the box’s instructions.
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 use spray epoxy on glitter tumbler?
To apply the glitter, you need an adhesive. Some folks like Mod Podge, others like spray adhesive. And, of course, you need the epoxy resin to seal your glitter tumblers. This is what will keep your glitter contained and protected on your tumbler!
How long does it take for epoxy to dry on a tumbler?
Usually, it takes around 72 hours to fully cure the epoxy. Whatever the dry time, the resin should be allowed to fully cure before attempting to move or sand it.
How do you seal glitter tumbler before 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.
Can you make a glitter 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!
Do you sand between coats of epoxy?
When putting down multiple layers of epoxy for any project, you want to be sure each layer properly bonds with the previous layer. This is why it is best to sand between each layer.
How do I customize my tumbler?
Probably the easiest way to personalize Yeti cups, if you don’t own a cutting machine, is to purchase a vinyl decal on Etsy or Amazon. There are a ton of sellers who will make customized tumbler decals and mail them to you. Then all you need to do is apply them.
How much glitter do you put in a snow globe tumbler?
Using a funnel add glitter until you have 1/2 to 1″ of glitter in there. Next mix 4 oz of water with 2 oz of clear Elmer’s glue in a fine tip squirt bottle. Carefully squirt about an inches worth into the hole in the bottom of the tumbler.
Why is my glitter tumbler bumpy?
If you have bumpy, spotty, uneven surface, it might be due to not using enough epoxy to coat the object.
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.