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Joined: 08 Feb 2006
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Location: Dominican Republic

PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 1:30 pm    Post subject: resin container Reply with quote

Hi guys! My name is Jose, very new at this...I have one question, when you are mixing the resin with the catalyst, the container you use, how do you clean it? because resin starts to get hard, do you throw it away? or you re-use it? thank you! Jose
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 09, 2006 9:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Jose,

Welcome aboard! I've used several different containers, but my favorite is the plastic coffee can. I've reused them with no problem. Even if some resin sticks inside, it just hardens and won't interfere with the next pour. Metal coffe containers are good also. Hope this helps!
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 3:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with PJ, get some kind of hard plastic or metal container. I reuse mine over and over again. Once every few months or so when the accumulated resin gets to be too much, put on safety goggle, put a chisel in contact with the bottom of the contatiner, give a good whack! or two and you can generally unpiece all the hardened accumlated bits of resin out.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I use a thin plastic kitchen measuring jug. This means I can measure out accurate ammounts for adding catalyst to (you dont have to be so accurate, but it helps). Also after a couple of pours i just bend the jug about a bit and most of the hardened resin falls out. The little thats left in doesn't do any harm.

Also use a piece of 3/8" dowel as a mixing stick. Lasts for ages.
TBs work and every little helps - Get Gifting Wink

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 18, 2006 1:44 pm    Post subject: Resin pouring containers Reply with quote

I buy mine at Wal-Mart. In the kitchenwear department you can find three plastic measuring cups. The set comes equipt in three handy sizes, from one cup to Quart sized for about $3.00 a set. They pour resin great.

When the resin gets so thick inside of one so that it is not a good pourer any more, I just add some crystals (crushed Quartz stones), fill it with metal, and add more resin until it is full, and presto; I have a Quart sized super HHg for river or lake gifting, with a handy throwing handle attached.

I throw mine into the Altamaha River off the US 1 bridge, so that it Orgonizes the negative affects of the Plant Hatch Nuclear Power Plant located there. In the past 12 months I have gifted that same location with two of these "used up pourers" so there is never a waste. Just be careful that there is not a boater below the bridge when throwing off a five pound chunk of goodness. Very Happy Oliver
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Location: The bright side of an open mind! (Canada)

PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2013 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HI !

These are not my tips, they are Sensei's from his videos: ( after having watched them again this morning)

TB's - Tower Busters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPNCV1WATso&list=UUCUZbLtGcE9pHKM2nAu20 Dg&index=14

- Silicone muffin tins are better
- You can use metal muffin tins
- Always remember to spray your mold
- Have baby powder around, it helps to get resin off of your hands, roll it up in the powder and it comes off easy
- Wear gloves
- Have all your materials ready
- Wear a respirator if inside or no good air circulation
- You can use paper cups as well
- a TB should weigh about 3 ounces
- Its about 50 / 50 for resin and metal
- Add some metal
- Add crystal ( or crystal first then metal)
- Add resin
- Pour more metal - resin, poke ( with something like plastic knife or stick), keep repeating until mold full.
- Set aside to cure

Added note: You could use Amethyst or Citrine as a substitute for quartz, they are pat of the quartz family.

Use small mini muffin pans to make : Personal Protectors
- Use a fine metal ( could be cut up copper dish scrubbies or any other)
- Herkimer Diamonds are good for personal protectors
- Double terminated ones are better but singles ones will work

Added note: Adding Kyanite and Selinite help to tune up and clear/cleanse the quartz crystal, but you don't need them.

P.S From me - please forgive the spelling mistakes.

HHG 's - Holy Hand Gernades

Use some of the same tips as above.

- Party hats with the seams taped can work as a mold.
- So can martini glasses from the dollar store
- Or a pyramid candle mold
- Use a DT (double terminated) crystal if possible
- Fill enough resin / metal until the end of the crystal is sticking out
- Add four more crystals - laying down on the resin each pointing (tip pointing) to a direction - North, South, East. West
- Add more metal - resin to fill.
- It should be 12-14 oz in volume and 14-16 oz in weight when done.

My hint is to say:

- Watch the videos


- Make sure you read the safety instuctions on the resin.


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