We urge you to consider these important safety
Washing should be routine practice
* Before eating or drinking
* Before smoking
* After finishing work
1. Skin contact must be avoided by wearing protective gloves. Resin Research recommends the use of disposable
nitrile gloves for most applications. Contaminated solvents should be especially avoided. Reusable gloves should
be replaced on a daily basis.
Protective clothing should be worn when mixing, handling, laminating or sanding. Contaminated clothing should
be thoroughly hwashed before reuse.
Eye protection should be worn if there is risk of resin, hardener, solvent or dust entering eye. If this should occur
flush the eye for 15 minutes holding eyelid open and seek medical attention.
4. Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas. Respiratory protection should be worn if there is insufficient
ventilation. Solvent vapors should not be inhaled as they can cause dizziness, headaches, or lack of consciousness and have
long term health effects.
skin becomes contaminated then the area should be immediately cleaned using water based resin or grease removing cleansers
(GoJo, Fast Orange, etc.). Use of solvents to remove resin etc. from skin must be avoided.
6. The inhalation
of sanding dust should be avoided and any dust that settles on skin needs to be removed by washing at the completion of work.
Showering, including hair wash is always advised after work completion.
Resin Research provides a full separate
Material Data Safety sheet for all hazardous products on the MSDS page on this site. Please read and be familiar with
suggested safety precautions before use of these products.