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Liquid Cast™ Epoxy Resin



Liquid Cast™ Epoxy Resin is a two part clear epoxy resin system formulated for use with casting objects, jewelry, or even creating river tables. If you are looking for a casting epoxy that is capable of being poured up to 2" thick, cures water-clear, has excellent U.V. resistance, a long working time and is easy to work with, this product is for you. Recommended ambient temperature during pouring and curing is 65-80° F. Be sure to allow the product to acclimate to this temperature. Liquid Cast™ is a slow curing casting resin with advanced air release. Curing time is completely dependent on the thickness of the pour, but as a general rule expect at least 12-18 hours for it to be dry to touch. For more information, please refer to our included instructions or FAQ page

Benefits of Liquid Cast™ Epoxy Resin

  • 100% Solids
  • Advanced Air Release
  • Compatible With Many Pigments
  • Enhanced Color Stability
  • Excellent U.V. Resistance
  • Easy to Work With 1:1 Ratio (By Volume)
  • Extended Working Time
  • High Gloss Finish
  • No VOCs
  • Non-Flammable
  • Pour up to 2" Thick
  • Self-Leveling
  • Water Resistant
  • Water-Clear Cure
*Working and Curing times are based on ideal temperature conditions. You may find that your epoxy has a shorter working time in temperatures above 90°F. Temperatures under 60°F can slow down the curing process.

Maximum pour depth: 2" per layer for small objects (casting in a mold), larger coverage areas may need multiple smaller pours as they will heat up faster and can cause distortion. If you have questions about your project, please contact us for assistance. 


KSRESIN offers free UPS Ground shipping to the 48 contiguous states on all orders. If you need your product quickly, please contact us or select a different shipping method during checkout. 


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Kit Sizes
8oz Kit = 4 ounces Part A + 4 ounces Part B
16oz Kit = 8 ounces Part A + 8 ounces Part B
32oz Kit = 16 ounces Part A + 16 ounces Part B
64oz Kit = 32 ounces Part A + 32 ounces Part B
1 Gallon Kit = 64 ounces Part A + 64 ounces Part B
2 Gallon Kit = 128 ounces Part A + 128 ounces Part B
4 Gallon Kit = 256 ounces Part A + 256 ounces Part A

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Now that I learnt "what it likes", wouldn't switch!

So I tried this resin in the summer and apparently the resin likes the temperatures to be 72 degrees or lower or it goes murky and swirly. Now in the winter time, I get crystal clear casts all the time. And having tried another casting resin, I know that I won't be switching from KSresin casting because the other one didn't release the bubbles as well as this one!


Liquid Cast™ Epoxy Resin

very satisfied

I have tried a variety of Resins and I really like this Cast Epoxy Resin from KSResin. It has a good working time and yet still dries to the touch within 12 hours. Probably one of the most obvious differences I have seen is how few bubbles I get. I am really looking forward to using this product more and expanding my repertoire.

Liquid Cast Epoxy Resin

~This is a “Top Notch” company who has fast complete shipping with a “Top Notch” product!!!! I accidentally hit multiple quantity one time ordering and they fixed it fast with no problem! Only glitch ever was once I was asked if I wanted to try a sample and said yes but it did not come with order!!!! No problem, you are dealing with a great company, don’t hesitate to order... Thank You!!!!😄

probably won't buy again

the resin was very clear, but it took a very long time to cure-- longer than i expected at least. and they mislabeled my resin and hardener which is worrying to me because i worry that i could possibly get two hardeners or resins. this resin definitely is one of the better resins i've used for the end process, but waiting for it to cure is too much for me.

Sorry to hear you are not satisfied with our Liquid Cast! When used for small volume pours it can take a longer time to cure as it was formulated for large pours. As far as mislabeling your bottles go, please provide more information so we can look into this! Resin should be significantly thinner than hardener for Liquid Cast.

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