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How can I remove epoxy resin stains from work surfaces?



To remove resin stains, you can follow these tips depending on the type of surface and the state of the resin: If the resin is fresh and has not dried: you can use a cloth dampened in alcohol suitable for this use or another similar product and gently rub the stain until it is removed. Rinse with clean water and dry with a soft towel: If the resin is dry and hardened, you can apply heat with a hair dryer about 20 cm away and move it in a circular motion, to soften the resin. Use a damp sponge or cloth to remove the resin without rubbing: If the stain persists, you can use an adhesive remover or alcohol suitable for this use and soak a clean, dry cloth. Rub it over the resin to dissolve it and then gently scrape it off with a spatula or blade. If the surface is porous, such as wood or concrete: You must use a resin remover that is suitable for that material and will not damage it. Follow the manufacturer's instructions and apply the product to the stain. Allow the surface to absorb the product and then scrape it off with a spatula or blade. If the surface is non-porous, such as metal, you should use a resin remover that is compatible with that material and will not corrode it. Protect your eyes and hands with goggles and gloves and apply the product on the stain. Use a spatula to clean the resin and then clean the work area and ventilate the area. I hope these tips will help you to remove epoxy resin stains easily and safely. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me. 😊

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