David and Rebecca fell in love with resin at the same time as they were falling in love with each other (circa 2007). Things were perfect—everything, that is, except the resin.
So they did what creative people do: they problem-solved and problem-solved and problem-solved (with help from some smart Texas chemists). Finally they came up with the ideal product for their artwork: crystal clear resin that's easy and safe to use. And now you can use it too, for whatever it is you do and all your endless ideas.
If ArtResin freezes in its liquid state, simply move it to a warm place and allow it return it to room temperature before using it. Once it returns to room temperature, it will perform and cure normally.
Once you’ve used it and it has cured, however, you will want to protect that piece from freezing. This is mainly due to the expansion and contraction that can happen to the substrate. For example, wood can expand and contract with the temperature, which adds stress to the cured ArtResin coat and could cause it to crack.