Liquid Art™ Epoxy Resin
Liquid Art™ Epoxy Resin is a two part clear epoxy resin system formulated for creating works of art. If you are looking for an art epoxy resin that cures water-clear, has excellent U.V. resistance, long working time and is easy to work with, this product is for you. Recommended ambient temperature during pouring and curing is 65-75° F. Be sure to allow the product to acclimate to this temperature. For more information, please refer to our included instructions or FAQ page.
Benefits of Liquid Art™ Epoxy Resin
- 100% Solids
- Compatible With Many Pigments
- Enhanced Color Stability
- Excellent U.V. Resistance
- Easy to Work With 1:1 Ratio (By Volume)
- Extended Working Time
- Full Cure in 3* Days
- High Gloss Finish
- No VOCs
- Water Resistant
- Water-Clear Cure
- Working time at 70°F - 45+ Minutes
*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: 1/8" per layer
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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
I originally was using allumilite and was having troubles with curing. A Facebook group recommended KSresin so I gave it a try. I am extremely happy with this product and will recommend to all my friends!
Love KSResin, little odor and cures clear. The only issue, which won't keep me from buying more, is the cure time is a bit slow.
Liquid Art Ultra UV™ Epoxy Resin
I’ve ordered twice and I like the resin. In my experiences I still have some micro bubbles. I’ve tried lighter and heat gun. Last order I got the bottle were just in a bag and dented in. I’d say they need to work on the mailing