Epoxy Resin Colours
Using colourful pigment pastes at competitive prices, you can infuse personality and life into items you want to craft or surfaces you wish to cover. There are many epoxy colours you can choose from at Just Resin. The readily available pigment options on our online shop will surely upgrade even the best epoxy resin artwork, no matter if you are looking for basic pastel pigments for UV resin jewellery or pigment powders that work well with glitter additives.
When applying a clear epoxy coat to your resin table, you can add our tint powder into the epoxy mix and perhaps even match the colour of your table to the paint on your walls. In this way, you won't just protect the table's surface from water stains, but you'll also have a stunning living space to admire.
For resin art projects, you can use our craft epoxy resin and then combine it with any of our premium epoxy resin colours if you wish to focus more on art rather than home improvement. With this, you can immortalise any type of flower in a subtly coloured transparent coating or maybe even make an opaque cup coaster with metallic tones that stand out with a subtle colour scheme.
Our epoxy colours and craft supplies offer endless possibilities. You can order from Just Resin as an expert or a newbie in the hobby. In fact, our resin starter kits are a great product offering if you don't know what to get yet or if you just want to restock on essential items that will help you create stunning masterpieces. We offer a wide selection of pigment options for epoxy and much, much more. Discover our products today and experience quality like no other.
What Is The Best Colour For Your Epoxy Resin?
There are a number of factors to consider when choosing epoxy resin colours for your next project. However, the following tips will help you choose the perfect epoxy resin colour for your project.
Make sure you keep your overall goal in mind before picking a colour for resin. For example, you may want to make jewellery that glows even in the darkest rooms. This would mean purchasing our glow in the dark pigment powders.
You don't have to be afraid to mix and match colours when it comes to coloured epoxy resin. When it comes to decorative ornaments, mixing and matching hues can result in intricate designs that will surely amaze your customers or loved ones. You can even mix and match colours to create your own custom colour scheme.
The best way to narrow down your resin colour pigment options is to view them side by side. You can refer to the resin colour guide to help you choose.
When choosing a resin colour, take into account the type of project you are working on. Acrylic inks can be mixed with acrylic art and powders can be used for nail lacquer. Different types of pigment have different compatibilities. You should consider the type of project you are working on when choosing a resin colour.
What Is The Best Way To Add Colour To Resin?
All you have to do is follow the simple instructions below to add any of our epoxy resin colours to your work:
On a sturdy table, prepare the necessary equipment—preferably in a well-ventilated area. This equipment includes gloves, containers, stirring sticks, and other items.
Based on the directions provided on your epoxy resin kit, carefully measure out Part A (resin) and Part B (hardener). The ratios will vary depending on the type of resin you purchased.
The resin pigment should be applied in the container with Part A. Make sure the pigment is evenly distributed throughout the solvent. Add 10% pigment to the container.
Mix Part A and Part B for three minutes before combining them in a larger container. Stir each solution to activate the chemicals inside.
You will see the resin colour once the mix is combined.
Adding pigment to the epoxy resin at a later point in the process would result in uneven colour distribution and less time to work with the active mixture. Epoxy resin colours are added to Part A in advance as the curing process begins once both solutions are combined.
What's The Correct Amount of Resin Colour to Add to Epoxy?
In contrast to Part A (resin) and Part B (hardener), epoxy resin colours cannot be precisely measured, as the richness or depth of the colour depends on the project and your preference.
We recommend staying below a ratio of 10% (tint to resin), and adding a little bit of colour at a time until you reach your desired shade.
Most of the time, if you are pouring paint art, you will want more liquid ink or pigment powder. On the other hand, if you’re looking to coat a table, then a small amount of epoxy resin colour would go a long way. When testing colours, be sure to use small amounts of Parts A and B in a trial container in order to determine how much to use.
You should also keep in mind that high temperatures, long exposure to UV rays, and harsh cleaning solutions, such as rubbing alcohol, could adversely affect the resin's quality. We recommend that you store your work in a cool, dark place and only clean it with warm soapy water because of this reason.
As you now know more about coloured epoxy resin, it's time to get creating! With Just Resin as your resin art supplies store, you'll get more than just quality products and fast shipping.
Buy More Epoxy Colours From Just Resin Art Supplies
Our team's love of resin inspired them to create Just Resin, an online resin supply store, which has grown into a prominent outlet for resin art supplies in Australia. In order to ensure that our products, such as epoxy colours, offer great value for money to our customers, we conduct in-house quality testing on all epoxy colour pigments.
The resin can add an inventive touch to everyday items, whether you're making trinkets and necklaces or filling cracks in wooden tables. We have everything you need to make resin masterpieces, no matter what level you're at. If you're searching for resin art supplies such as 'Casting Resin', 'Wood Resin Projects', 'Deep Pour Resin' or 'Resin River Tables', you'll be pleased to know that we're here to help.
With Just Resin, you're sure to find everything you need, no matter if you're a newbie to the resin craft or an experienced DIYer looking to expand your resin art collection. Inks, powder pigments, pigment pastes, glitters, resins, chameleon pigments, polymer clay and so much more are just some of the resin art supplies we offer at Just Resin.