It has been the most consistent resin I've used. Doesn't set up while I'm working it like the one I used before this one. Debubbles well. Nice and clear. Get cure time. (Overnight typically)
Crystal clear epoxy resin cures to a brilliant high gloss finish
Our General Use - CRYSTAL CLEAR EPOXY is a clear polymer used for coating wood, veneer, metal, stone, painted surfaces, tabletops, bar tops, many other surfaces to give rich super gloss look and protect from scratching and air humidity.
Surfaces coated with this General Use Epoxy are durable, water-resistant and easy to care. The finished product will be very rigid, smooth, clear, and display a brilliant high gloss finish similar to glass.
Our epoxy resin provides a fast cure and property development at ambient and low temperatures without accelerators and allows for a quick return to service.
The typical pot-life on this item is roughly 45-50 minutes based on mass and temperature.
Thin-film set time (3mil. film) is roughly 5 hours at 78F. Fast cure and green time while exhibiting low exothermic temperatures (120C.) makes this product ideal for all applications. The full cure is 24 hours at normal conditions.
Mixing, Storage, and Application for epoxy resin:
Mix this resin 1:1 by volume. If mixing by weight, mix 100 parts of resin into 83 parts of hardener. When mixing this product, make sure to use a round cup & mix thoroughly scraping all sides and bottom of the mixing container. Improperly mixed epoxy can create a major headache. Remember that thermoset plastics are temperature sensitive. Cold weather slows the curing process down, whereas heat speeds curing up. Always try to mix chemicals at room temperature. For best results, try pouring epoxy into the hardener. Pour along the side of the container to help alleviate air entrapment. Mix for at least 3-5 minutes. Use a round motion until the chemical is clear and free of striations. Allow the mixed components to stand in your mixed cup for at least 5 minutes. This allows for bubbles to rise to the surface. Small castings and potting units may take longer to cure than larger items.
This chemical needs to be stored in a dry, safe, temperature-controlled environment. Always keep the lids tightly sealed when not in use. Remember, oxygen and moisture oxidize and can rapidly degrade the epoxy and hardener. Moisture is also a potential issue. Always keep the bottles sealed when not in use.
When applying this product, use gloves, goggles, and proper safety equipment. Please refer to the safety data sheet before using any of our epoxy products.
- Mix Ratio.......................................1:1 by volume
- Pot-Life .........................................45-50 minutes (100gram mass)
- Mixed Viscosity............................1200cps.
- Tensile Strength, psi before cracking .... 7,500
- Compressive Strength, psi.........15,400
- Linear Shrinkage, in/in.................0008
- Chemical Resistance....................excellent
- Moisture Resistance.....................excellent
- Dielectric Strength, (volt/mil).......550
- Dielectric Constant, 1mhz............3.2
You will receive part A epoxy and part B curing agent (measured by weight), full instructions, and outstanding customer support with every purchase.
Mixing Instructions will be included with the kit and can be found online by following this link here.
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So I’m new to epoxy resin creations but this is not my first time using resin . This is my 2nd experience but the resin I had before was only a 1 part -hard type from hobby lobby but I ran out and needed more so I bought this thinking it was the same, well it wasn’t. This was more of a table surface epoxy whereas I m using it to make chess ♟️so the process is different and takes longer with little pieces . Beginners mistake. As for this product, there was a little yellowing but I’m still working on making my chess pieces so for a first time user I’m happy with my purchase.
The BEST resin
I've tried at least 4 different types of resin brands by now and come back to this one each time.
It's clearer, easy to mix and measure, and cures quickly (normally 24-48 hours at most).
this resin is great for anything. good product totally would buy again.