- 1 What kind of paint do you use on a tumbler?
- 2 Do you have to spray paint a tumbler before epoxy?
- 3 How do you spray paint a tumbler before epoxy?
- 4 Can you paint a tumbler?
- 5 Can you seal a tumbler without epoxy?
- 6 Is one coat of epoxy enough for a tumbler?
- 7 Do you have to sand between coats of epoxy on tumbler?
- 8 How long do you turn epoxy tumbler?
- 9 How much epoxy Do I need to mix for a tumbler?
- 10 Can you epoxy over spray paint?
- 11 How long should epoxy dry between coats?
- 12 Can you epoxy over powder coated tumbler?
- 13 What can you use instead of epoxy for tumblers?
What kind of paint do you use on a tumbler?
Stainless steel spray paint is easy and cheap to use! Make your own DIY custom tumblers with any color paint you want. Watch these video tutorials!
Do you have to spray paint a tumbler before epoxy?
Unless you want to use an entire bottle of glitter to fully cover your tumbler, it’s a good idea to spray paint it first. Use a similar color spray paint as the glitter you plan to use.
How do you spray paint a tumbler before epoxy?
Epoxy Tumbler Steps
- Spray paint the tumbler with your desired color(s) and let dry.
- Apply the first coat of epoxy while cup is on the cup turner and let dry.
- Add a vinyl decal if desired.
- Apply the final coat of epoxy while cup is on the turner and let dry.
Can you paint a tumbler?
After the clear-coat had completely dried, I cleaned the tumbler with a small amount of rubbing alcohol and a paper towel. You can also paint, apply stickers, place decals and leave them, and etc. to create different designs and then simply clear-coat over those to seal them in.
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!
Is one coat of epoxy enough for a tumbler?
Can I put a second coat of epoxy resin? Yes, you can apply a second coat of resin if you need to fix a mistake or a surface imperfection. You can also pour multiple layers if you need to cover areas of high relief, if you’re pouring into a mold or if you simply like the look of a thicker coat..
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!
How long do you turn epoxy tumbler?
Once the entire surface has been evenly covered, allow it to turn until it is dry to the touch, within 18-24 hours. Once dry, remove the tape and allow it to finish curing. At 72 hours, it will have fully cured.
How much epoxy Do I need to mix for a tumbler?
First, you will want to ensure that you allow any spray paint to cure for 36 hours before applying your resin. Second, you will want to add an mL of resin for every ounce of the tumbler (for example, mix 20 ml for a 20 oz tumbler and 30 ml for a 30 oz tumbler and so on) to ensure you have enough resin for your tumbler.
Can you epoxy over spray paint?
Covering spray paint art in a coating of ArtResin is easy – in fact, epoxy resin takes spray paint art next level, sealing and protecting it with a professional looking finish and a glossy sheen that makes colour pop!
How long should epoxy dry between coats?
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! Depending on the epoxy you’ve chosen to work with, you’ll have to wait between 4 and 24 hours before applying your second coat.
Can you epoxy over powder coated tumbler?
Beside above, can you Epoxy a powder coated tumbler? The powder coating that I’m accustom to working with is a pretty inert coating and should be ok under epoxy as long as the powder coating is in good shape and adheres well to the surface.
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)