We have issues with crystallized epoxy: has the epoxy had “gone bad”?
This question has come up so often, I have written article to educate our customers about crystallization in epoxies including information on:
- How this happens.
- Why the epoxy is perfectly usable (it has not “gone bad”).
- How they can easily return the epoxy back to its clear, liquid form.
Crystallization in epoxies is such a common occurrence - hope you find the following answers and advice helpful!
READ THE FULL BLOG ARTICLE HERE: Crystallization in Epoxies: Steps for You to Spot it – and Fix It
Answered by AskFOC Technical Team April 10, 2019
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