We use extremely small quantities of epoxy. How can we reduce waste?
I suggest you purchase the smallest package available, mix Part A and Part B, dispense all the material into syringes, and use what you need immediately. A favorite tip: As quickly as possible, label the syringes with the remaining pot life and put the syringes with the unused material in the freezer to preserve the pot life. To use this epoxy, remove a syringe from the freezer, let it warm up briefly, and dispense another small quantity.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team January 28, 2019
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