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 There are many reasons for the high cost of Art Resin. The resin is not only unique because of its color, but it is also exceptionally thick. The material itself is very hard, and because of this, many artists have trouble getting their paintings to look its best. The cost of Art Resin is double that of other variations. Are there any other solution products with a lower cost, however, and if so, are they worth purchasing.

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The resin can be cured in a variety of different ways. One way in which it is commonly cured is through ultraviolet light. This cures it by giving it the color and properties of a finished product, without actually curing it. This is why you can often find acrylic art resin paintings that have yellowing and cracking of the finish due to the ultraviolet light.

Other types of art resin can have a similar problem. These include UV stabilizers, which work in much the same way as UV light does, however, they are applied in a different manner. Instead of providing UV light, UV stabilizers add an ultraviolet protective layer, which helps the paint adhere to the support while being cured. There are some acrylic paints which do not need uv stabilizers, but these are rare.

Non-toxic art resin also makes it easier to handle. It doesn't release toxic fumes or chemicals when it is handled properly, and its use protects both the user and anyone else nearby from inhaling them. One major advantage to non-toxic resin is that the fumes are highly unlikely to aggravate a respiratory infection. Resin fumes can contain ethylene glycol, or EGC, a common ingredient in cleaning fluids. When used in this manner, EGC does not create a respiratory problem, but there are still fumes emitted.

Non-toxic art resin is also easier to clean. All that is needed is soap water and a soft cloth to remove any dirt, dust or debris. With up-free art resin, all that is needed to clean off the dust is to use a vacuum. Since non-toxic artresin is not thick, it has no need of thick cleaning agents, so it is often the preferred choice for cleaning purposes, even though some thicker acrylics are recommended.

Because art resin comes in such a wide variety of colours, it can be applied to support in a wide range of ways. Some artists prefer to apply their coloured art resin directly to the support, so that everything is uniform. Others choose to add highlights or otherwise colour the piece before applying the resin. The most popular techniques seem to be adding a coloured pigment into the base material, applying the support and then painting the support on top of the base coat, like a liquid.

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