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Small cabinet handles

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Decorative resin cabinet handles can be really expensive, but now you can make your own by applying a synthetic resin mixture, a long screw, and a contact lens container. Contact lens containers make great moulds for these. Simply pour the epoxy resin mixture into the container, and insert the metal screw into the middle. Decorate … Continued

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Being kept out of the Reach of Children

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Keep the wood glue in a cool, dark place that is out of the reach of young children and pets. If unknowingly ingested, wood glue can be lethal. Horizon Epoxy Floor, as a company of many years of experience in this field, has been doing the best to make the customers happy and satisfied. In … Continued

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Use suggested Amounts Only

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Don’t use excessive amounts of wood glue to try and achieve a better result. Excessive use of these substances is harmful to the user and also to the environment. Refer to the usage instructions and follow them properly. Horizon Epoxy Floor, as a company of many years of experience in this field, has been doing … Continued

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Work in a Well Ventilated Area

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Excessive exposure to wood glue can cause breathing problems and headaches in some people. Long term exposure possesses also been shown to contribute to the development of cancer in individuals. You must therefore try to work in an airy, ventilated area so that you have plenty of fresh air. Horizon Epoxy Floor, as a company … Continued

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What are Pros and Cons of Epoxy Aggregate Flooring?

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Generally, epoxy aggregate flooring can be found in garages, work rooms and perhaps even areas in which people gather for social activities. This flooring usually possesses a very polished glossy look and if taken care of, can be quite attractive even for a garage floor. Some people love it and some people hate it. Horizon … Continued

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Basics of Epoxy Flooring; Some Points

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Like any surface about to get a new coating, your garage floor must be completely cleaned before you apply the epoxy. The cleaner the floor, the better the adhesion. All residue and traces of oil and grease must be removed before you apply the epoxy. There are several ways to do this, but many products … Continued

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Does Epoxy Stick to Plastic?

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Epoxy bonds to many surfaces including hard plastics. Plastic is a broad term and includes many types of polymers. It is always best to spot test if in doubt. Q: How Fast Does Epoxy Really Cure? Epoxy cures fast enough that there is clear strength after 3 hours. At 70º F the working time is … Continued

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Choosing the Flooring

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Aggregate stones are useful in a wide variety. Select stones, glass, or a mixture of both to makes a unique appearance. Experiment with mixing together different colors and blends of aggregates until you make a pattern that you like. Horizon Epoxy Floor, as a company of many years of experience in this field, has been … Continued

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How to Prepare Your Basement Floor?

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Prepare the basement floor before installing epoxy aggregate flooring. Fill any cracks in the concrete. Use a sander to level uneven areas on the floor. Fill large dipped areas with a self-leveling compound. If any filling is required, wait for the floor to completely dry before you carry on with the process. Then, apply an … Continued

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Four. Reinforce Bolts

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Epoxy adhesives are used to reinforce fasteners. A common example is bolting heavy vibrating machinery to a concrete floor. Epoxy protects the bolt from corrosion, strengthens the joint, and delays stress-induced cracking. Horizon Epoxy Floor, as a company of many years of experience in this field, has been doing the best to make the customers … Continued

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