How hot and how cold can I store my epoxy?
While i'm at it, what are the temperature limits to working with it catalyzed as well.
I never let mine drop below 55 F. Rarely drops below 58 F.
I have epoxy I still use that is 4 years old now.
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The ideal storage temp for epoxy is around 70° F. Cold affects more than heat. If you live some place that gets extremely cold, keep it in an old cooler. I know some old boat builder types that when the weather gets cold they store it in a closed cooler with lit low watt incandescent light bulb. Provides just enough warmth to keep the epoxy fluid.
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That's a good idea. We've got an old house next door to the one we live in. Unfinished and needs a remodel. I buy a drum every so often and poor off fives of Poly. I put them in a room we don't use and put a heater in there for the winter. Winters can be cold on the Coast of Oregon.
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