Resin Obsession transparent red color pigment
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- Color - Red
- Color comes in a one ounce squeeze bottle
- Concentrated -- a little goes a long way!
- Great for making unique resin jewelry and crafts
- Made in the USA
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Your coloring possibilities are endless with this beautiful color. This transparent color is specifically formulated to color the Resin Obsession super clear resin. Directions for use: Warm the part A super clear resin. The ideal temperature is approximately 100F for about 5 minutes. This will make the resin a thinner consistency and easier to mix in your desired color. Gently stir the pigment into the epoxy resin until you reach the depth of color desired. Do not exceed 10% of the total weight of Part A as this may prevent the system from curing. *The amount of color you mix into the resin contributes to the total amount of Part A.* Measure the appropriate amount of Part B super clear hardener remembering that the super clear resin mixes two parts A to one part B. Carefully mix Part B into Part A for two to three minutes. Scrape the sides of your cup and stir utensil several times during the process. Cast as desired. This pigment does not glow in the dark. A few additional suggestions for success: *When making a transparent color is that it is always better to make the color darker than what you need because when hardener is added, it will lighten the color. *For the best results, pigments should be used within one year of purchase. Colors contain epoxy resin and conform to ASTM D-4926.
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Important to note that this tint is mixed with chemistry that is part of their proprietary resin system. Even so, I tried it with the resin brand I prefer which is ArtResin, and still got an adequate cure, so there's that. But I wish they had produced this nice red in a neutral vehicle instead of pre-mixing it with one of their resin components.