200G UV Resin Kit 03IMP2024

200G UV Resin Kit 03IMP2024

What’s in the box:

  • 1 x 200G UV resin.
  • 1 x UV light.
  • 15 x Silicone mould.
  • 12 x Gradient glitter.
  • 5 x Colour pigment liquid.
  • 5 x Dropper.
  • 5 x Stirrer.
  • 5 x Spoon.
  • 50 x Eye pin.
  • 12 x Ear hook.
  • 1 x Hand drill.
  • 4 x Drill bit
  • 1 x Storage bag.

R805.00

1 in stock

SKU: 03IMP2024 Category:

Description

Fast curing, high transparency, non-yellowing, low shrinkage, environment friendly UV resin formula.

 

Resin crafts have gained popularity in recent years, and their widespread appeal can be attributed to a multitude of advantages that make them stand out in the world of art and creativity.

First and foremost, one of the key advantages of resin crafts is their versatility. Resin is a highly adaptable material that can take on various forms and shapes. Artists and craftsmen can mould it into intricate designs, capturing fine details and creating unique pieces that showcase their creativity. Whether it’s a delicate pendant, a vibrant coaster, or a stunning tabletop, the possibilities with resin crafts are virtually endless.

Another notable advantage is the durability of resin-made items. Resin is a sturdy material that can withstand the test of time. Unlike some other crafting materials, resin crafts are resistant to chipping, cracking, and fading. This longevity ensures that your creations remain beautiful and intact for years to come, making resin crafts a wise investment for both creators and collectors.

The transparency of resin is also a significant benefit. This characteristic allows artists to embed various objects within the resin, such as flowers, glitter, or even small trinkets. The transparent quality adds a captivating visual dimension to the crafts, creating a sense of depth and intrigue. The interplay of light through the resin enhances the overall aesthetic appeal, making each piece truly mesmerizing.

Additionally, the ease of customization is a major draw for enthusiasts of resin crafts. Artists can experiment with different pigments, dyes, and additives to achieve a wide spectrum of colours and effects. This freedom of customization empowers creators to match their crafts with specific themes, styles, or personal preferences, adding a unique touch to each creation.

In conclusion, the advantages of resin crafts, including versatility, durability, transparency, customization, and sustainability, have propelled them into the spotlight of the creative world. As artisans continue to explore and push the boundaries of this fascinating medium, the allure of resin crafts is sure to endure, captivating both creators and admirers alike.

 

Craft, Create & Inspire.

 

– Have good ventilation:

Make sure there is air circulating in your room. Open a window or use a fan if you can.

– Wear disposable gloves:

Since resin contains chemicals, you need to protect your hands against anything irritating. Preferable nitrile gloves since they are less likely to react with the resin, but one can use latex gloves too.

– Wear protective clothing:

Resin can soak through clothing and irritate one’s skin. Resin drips will not come out of clothing, or shoes, especially one’s favourite shoes.

– Name items as resin only:

You can use silicone baking moulds with epoxy resin. But once you do, you shouldn’t use them with food again. The same goes for mixing containers and utensils.

– Wear a respirator:

A product’s safety data sheet (SDS) will detail whether you should wear a respirator when using the resin. But, if you feel safer wearing one, even if the SDS does not suggest it, do it. You can never be too safe.

Wear a NIOSH-approved respirator for fumes, and make sure it fits properly. An N95 mask is not suitable as a resin fumes mask.

– Wear safety goggles:

If a resin requires respirator use, you need to wear safety glasses. You should also wear these if you are sanding resin or using power tools.

– Clean up spills immediately:

I get it. You’ve mixed the liquids, and your resin is getting warm. You don’t have time to stop and clean up a spill. But you don’t want to risk the safety of an unknowing person to get resin on themselves.

Plus, it will be harder to clean up later when it starts to cure.

You can use denatured alcohol or acetone to clean up resin on a hard surface. But don’t use these on your hands. They can cause a skin rash.

– When sanding resin, wear a particle mask or respirator:

For hand sanding, you can wear a particle mask from the home improvement store. If you’re using power tools to sand, you must wear a respirator with particle cartridges.

– Use care with solvents:

Solvents are chemicals too.

 

*Keep out of reach of children.