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Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin
Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin is a two part clear epoxy resin system formulated for use with casting large objects or 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. When doing large pours we recommend pouring in a colder environment as the epoxy heats up when curing. Liquid Cast™ Deep Pour Epoxy Resin 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™ Deep Pour 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
- Pour up to 2" Thick
- 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. We recommend pouring a maximum of 1 Gallon at a time, if your project requires more than this it may be best to pour in multiple layers.
Minimum pour depth: 1/2" for best results. Small objects may take significantly longer to cure. If you have questions about your project, please contact us for assistance.
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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 (Shipped in multiple 64oz Containers for ease of use)
I guess I just bought the wrong type of resin. I wanted something that could use for thin projects and deeper ones. Strangely, my thin projects have worked but my deeper projects remain bendy even after following guidelines, heat, etc. I’m going to try the Art Resin as others are recommending it more so. I’m not giving up on ur brand yet, I promise!!
I have only used this brand so I can't really compare but I love this stuff. Very easy to work with. The reason I put 4 stars is because even though I've done the correct mix ratio on all my pours all but one pour came out perfect. The last pour I did I did 4 pours at the same time with the same mix and 3 out of the 4 rivers I poured cured over night and hardened to touch in 24 hours as it should but the 4th pour is still tacky after 48 hours. It's a bit confusing but ill figure it out. Not stopping from using the product by any means as I just ordered some of the counter top resin to try next. I will still highly recommend the deep pour anytime.
Works great for all of my projects and pieces I make. Definitely recommend!
This is my go to resin! I love working with it. Very few bubbles, easy to mix with Midas or pigments and dries glass clear😍