How many times would you have liked to express your creativity and imagination on surfaces and shelves usually in contact with food.
Abandoning this frustration is possible thanks to a Food Safe and non-toxic product, made by ResinPro with the specific purpose of coating plates, glasses and chopping boards daily in contact with food and liquids.
A real revolution for those who love to use resin for passion or work, but also a valid encouragement for those who would like to approach this world and experiment their manual skills on small and handy objects.
The non-toxicity of EpoxyFood is established by the high modulus, unfilled, unfilled, medium-fluidity Bicomponent EpoxyFood system, which uses only raw materials included in the positive list of permitted substances for food contact (EU Regulation N°10/2011 14 January 2011).
The modelling, therefore, has a new transparent resin with which you can cover surfaces such as trays, chopping boards, plates, glasses, cutlery, knives and table tops, but it’s not only that!
As always, with resin there are no limits to creativity and it is possible to use EpoxyFood to create a protective layer on printed images, such as photographs, canvases and paintings, and to make furniture and decorative design elements using techniques of incorporating objects inside the resin.
What makes this product suitable for the situations presented?
- The ability to achieve a precise surface finish;
- Good resistance to yellowing;
- Good stability outside;
- High mechanical resistance to basic and acidic substances.
The method to apply EpoxyFood is by casting, due to its medium-low viscosity which allows to work on non-toxic thick surfaces.
Loaded with mineral aggregates of suitable grain size, it can also be used in the production of self-levelling and screed epoxy flooring suitable for contact with food, industrial floors, etc.
The high transparency of this resin will allow you to create, for example, a beautiful tray incorporating fabric:
- To make a precise cut of the fabric, we recommend making a paper template of the tray surface and then block it with needles directly on the cloth;
- Drawn the perimeter with a chalk, cut and check that the dimensions match the tray;
- Glue the fabric in a few places on the bottom with transparent glue and let it dry;
- Cast the EpoxyFood resin and move the tray to distribute it equally on the surface, without omitting the edges. Let it dry.
Amazement is guaranteed!