32 thoughts on “Epoxy Resin Safety Tips for Tumbler Makers: How to Make Tumblers Safely!

  1. I knew it was serious a while back when watching LittleLee and Rose's videos. That mask may seem extreme but it's necessary. I told my hubs that until I could get my work shed and put in a ventilation unit too I couldn't make tumblers.

  2. Scary stuff! Will just the little disposable mask do anything? Please show us how you made the tumbler with the heart in a different color using vinyl 😁

  3. I cannot stop watching your YouTube videos. You are so detailed and easy to listen to. I can tell you do your research and you go out of your way to create great content. I am learning so much from you. Thank you.

  4. The safety data sheet you read didn’t say anything about a respirator at all, just skin and eye protection. If I read that I would not infer that I need a respirator. That’s part of the problem, manufacturers are not giving specific instructions.

  5. Thank you for the video. I gotta ask , the plaid Christmas tumbler was it made with double sided tape . The lines are so precise. It looks beautiful

  6. I follow Auntie Tay and I enjoy her videos she has recently spoke about this. I’m so glad you’re sharing this Jennifer 🥰🥰🥰 it’s so important for people to be aware!

  7. WOW! Jennifer well done video. It’s was content that showed thoroughly research information without all the drama! So professional but yet warm.

  8. Thank you so much for making this video! After seeing what happened to Auntie Tay it really turned me off of ever being able to do this, as I already have a lung problem. Now I know I will be able to work with the products with the right precautions. 😘❤

  9. Excellent video Jennifer!! Best out there! I’ve been using PPE for about the last 3 months and I’m so happy that you make this video to help and keep others safe while doing what they love! 👏🏼💞

  10. Good for you taking it seriously and presenting this clear and thorough video…epoxy resin is not something to take lightly…thank you

  11. This is by far the best video or info I’ve seen for this, thank you now I know what I need to buy to continue working with resin, I was worried I’d have to stop!

  12. Thank you for making this vid!! After watching Auntie Tay, I got scared. Thankfully, when i used resin I had a filter running and a fan pulling air out of my craft room. But, that room is small so the undetectable fumes could easily harm me. Thanks to you, I just ordered a full face filter.

  13. I have that mask and use gloves and outside in the garage. been doing that since my first cup. that was the first thing i research when i got into doing cup. is all about educating your self before starting to work anything new specially working with epoxy.

  14. I bought the spinner kit and epoxy. I still have them sitting in the garage. I was thinking of wearing a face mask, goggles, and gloves. After watching you video. I'm not sure if I want to try epoxy. I have asthma and sensitive skin.

  15. Thank you so much for all of this wonderful information. I hope this video becomes the first people see when they search for glitter tumbler tutorials.
    I had to laugh when you mentioned the cute colors nitrile gloves come in (mine are purple) because when the video started my first thought was, “OF COURSE Jennifer found cute PPE!”
    I think I’m going to upgrade to a cute apron now.

  16. Jennifer! I love all of your videos and hope you make more tumbler related videos:) As far as Crystalac that is what I use and I am in love with it and it is safe! If you have questions feel free to reach out to me.

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