Improve your Finish! Decreases viscosity for easy pouring and mixing!
CRB's Epoxy Bottle Warmer is used to decrease the viscosity of all liquid style epoxy finishes and glues. The unit will accommodate up to 32oz kits, and the included basket allows the warmer to be used with smaller sizes as well. Just add 2-4 cups of water to the warmer depending on the size of your epoxy bottles.
- Decreases Viscosity
- Holds 2oz. to 32oz. kits
- Dual bottle holder
- Adjustable temperature knob
- Bottle basket included
*Finish not included
It’s not rocket science. Run the tap until it feels warm on your inner wrist and fill a 4 cup+ glass measuring cup and place it on your Walmart $9 heating pad set on low on top your stone counter top and stick your export bottles in it overnight! Infrared thermometers from Harbor Freight are cheap. You’re only looking for 78-80F. Save your money to spend on a more critical upgrade like a drier, heater, tent!!
I’ve had it for a while and it still does the trick and keeps the bubbles down in the epoxy
Bought this a while back, guessing 18 months, but only used a few times. Went to use today and it no longer warms.
Hey Tom, thank you for reaching out with your experience with the bottle warmer. Someone from our customer service department will be reaching out to you shortly.
- Mud Hole Custom Tackle
Works as expected , It is designed for most sizes bottles, large bottles and small but seems a bit of overkill for the 2oz bottles ,
First off, I don't build fishing anything, and as a matter of fact, fish typically laugh at me when I do go fishing, but that's beside the point... I build golf clubs. Living in SW Virginia it gets pretty cold in the winter and I have no heat in my shop, aside from portable heaters, so I needed something that would get my 2-part epoxies warmed up enough so they can flow and mix. This bottle warmer is perfect for that. I've had it for about a year and wanted to make sure I gave it plenty of time before I wrote a review. Plain and Simple... plug it in, put your water in, place your bottles, turn the knob to how hot you want the water, go do some other things (for about 15-20 minutes), and when you're ready to assemble, the epoxy is ready to go. This warmer works great for warming epoxy, no matter if you're in the hot or cold! This has been an invaluable tool for me in my shop!
Glad to hear it John. Ensuring your epoxy is the right temperature and viscosity is key to an smooth glass like finish.