How important is it to maintain 75°F during the project?

It is extremely critical that the product be used in room conditions at or above 75°F.

When the room temperature is below 75°F, the heat from the curing epoxy remains trapped inside, resulting in a completely cloudy surface. Use space heaters if necessary to sustain the temperature during the 72 hour curing stage.

Caution: This is not a recommendation, it is a requirement. There is no room for variance.

Some thermostats may not be 100% accurate, so it is best to set the temperature to a few degrees warmer to ensure the minimum 75°F is met.

If you're working in a large area that is hard to keep above 75°F, you can build a small tent enclosure out of painters plastic, pvc, and duct tape. You can then place a small space heater inside to ensure the temperature remains at or above 75°F. 

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