Vista Art Resin
Amine Blush and Amine Bloom are surface defects that negatively affect both the aesthetic and physical performance of epoxy art resin projects. And because epoxy art resin is used to create magnificent pieces of work, it's important we try to eliminate all factors which compromise the finished result! I hope this article explains this phenomenon in a way which is easy to understand but also educates the reader about the world of epoxy resin formulations!
Amine Blush is the most common type of surface defect experienced by Art Resin crafters, and something we regularly see being posted in forums, such as our Vista Art Resin Forum.
Simply put, Amine Blush is caused by a reaction of the Hardener part of the resin with moisture and carbon dioxide in the air.
More scientifically, Clive Hare explains “amines react with atmospheric carbon dioxide and moisture to form a