WEST SYSTEM Epoxy cleans up easiest before it has cured.
The problem is, because of its clarity uncured epoxy can
often be difficult to see. By the time you notice it, it's already
cured and is much more difficult or impossible to
remove. Cured on leather or carpet, it's permanent.
Cleaning up epoxy drips before they cure is crucial.
Mixed epoxy resin and hardener fluoresces under exposure to
a 'black light' the common name for a lamp that
emits electromagnetic radiation in the soft, near ultraviolet
range while providing very little visible light. After
completing a task with epoxy, expose the area to a black
light. You'll be able to see epoxy drips, runs or smudges
you can easily wipe away with a little denatured alcohol
and paper towel.
Epoxyworks 27 / Fall 2008
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