I've recently started working with resin, I have no problem with
the curing or adding opaqe colors to it. My problem is how to
Janine: I do a lot of work in resin inlay. The finish depends greatly
on the resin itself. What resin are you using? Two part epoxy, or
some other resin.
I take my resin inlay down to 600 grit waterproof sandpaper. After
the sides have been treated with either a brush finish or with
polishing papers, I spray it with matt Krylon spray to seal the
resin and pop the colors. You can use an acrylic spray which would do
the same thing, except make it shinier.
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