Hello, I am looking for a new protective coating for a wooden wedding ring I made. Previously I have used a polished CA glue coating, but with everyday activities, the coating has cracked and needed to be replaced a few times now. I am looking for a more durable, crystal clear coating and Alumi UV looks like it could be a perfect fit.
My question is about the health concerns listed on the SDS. Mainly about skin irritation. I believe these cautions are for the uncured liquid product, and that after the product is fully cured, it is inert and should have no risk with constant skin contact. Can you confirm if my assumption is correct?
Post by carol - Alumilite Corp on Jun 18, 2018 10:48:48 GMT -5
I know there are a lot of people using the new AlumaUV to coat wooden rings, I have seen some beautiful works of art! IT IS NOT FDA compliant or medical grade compliant, anyone could develop a sensitivity to this product or any product. This product was not created for this use, we have not advertised to be for this application... obviously it gives some beautiful results. It was developed for baits/lure coating for the fisherman.
With all that said Joe, I don't think CA glue was ever intended to be next to skin either or any number of applications it is used for. I can not confirm or deny your assumption as far as contact with the skin on the AlumaUV.