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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Resin turns flexible when wearing on: August 02, 2008 09:08:12 PM
I've checked all over the forums and haven't found a solution yet, so I was wondering if anyone had any insight. I have been working on several resin bracelets and I find when I wear the bracelets the heat from my wrist makes them flexible so that they deform when I take them off. I would eventually like to sell them, but I don't want people to buy and be unhappy with bracelets that do this. Is it something anyone else has run into?

I use EasyCast 2 part Epoxy Resin for these bracelets, warm the resin before mixing, and measure equal amounts, so I am not too sure why this happens.
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