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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Clear Casting Resin

Casting Resin


Clear Casting Resin is all around us today. It’s what gives many a wooden bar that glass-like sheen and is a staple of model railroad and gamers’ scenery whenever you see glistening rivers or shimmering ponds. It is also the reason you can now see such beautiful glossy necklaces in which artifacts seem to be encased in translucent water or suspended in amber.

Made when a liquid hardener is mixed with a base resin, this product forms a transparent, durable and hard resin object. Mixing the two liquids, the resin generates its own heat which cures into the realistic looking clear solid plastic water or gorgeous custom and personalized jewelry that is so popular today. Mixed 1:1 by volume, clear casting resin cures at room temperature in a relatively short period of time. ResinObsession's SuperClear resin has 2 to 1 mix ratio.

Though past products produced cheap looking plastic jewelry, the new generation of resin is prized by today’s clothing and jewelry designers for whimsical one-of-a-kind jewelry that is marketed at the highest levels, and yet is made quite easily once you master the techniques involved. So anyone regardless of income level can adorn themselves with beautiful custom jewelry.

Other uses include encasing reproductions of treasured photos in glass-like coasters or plaques that can be enjoyed for years to come. With the tinting products available beautiful facsimiles of stained glass sun catchers can sparkle in our windows. The creative uses of transparent casting resins are nearly limitless. If you can imagine it, you can probably create the scenery, glassy wooden table top or stunning custom jewelry that will set you apart from everyone else.

Online experts like ResinObsession offer a selection of clear casting resins to meet your needs regardless of the project you have in mind. Cindy, the ResinLady will be happy to help you go from a great idea to a finished product if you email her.

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