Choose the Right Product for Your Project
Table Top & Art Resin 2" Deep Pour & Casting Resin 4" Deep Pour & Casting Resin
Mix Ratio (Volume)
Mix Ratio (Weight)
Working Time (Once Poured)
Recommended Pour Depth
You may pour an additional layer as soon as the current layer has “tacked up”. As long as you can dent the product with your fingernails, you will not need to sand. If the product has fully cured, you will need to sand it with fine grit such as 180-220, clean up, and then apply the additional layer.
Anti-Yellowing UV Stabilizers & HALS
Once cured, this product is food safe as it simply becomes an inert plastic. However, it’s not for cutting boards (you don’t want plastic chips in your food), and/or for items that are subject to hot content, e.g. the inner linings of tumblers, mugs, or any glass whatsoever (outer linings is fine). Great for trays, cheese & charcuterie boards, tumblers etc.
We have multiple warehouses across Canada to ensure intact and super fast delivery: typically 1-2 business days to most cities.
(typically 1-2 days)
Table Top & Art Resin
This product is best used for projects with a thickness under 1/4", else multiple pours are needed. Most suitable for coating applications such as table tops, countertops, bar tops, paintings, puzzles etc., and for small arts such as jewelry, coasters, keychains etc.
Up to 1/4" at a time
High (similar to molasses)
2" Deep Pour & Casting Resin
This product is most suitable for projects that are over 1/4" in thickness, such as river tables, charcuterie boards, trays, and any kind of artistic project thicker than 1/4", up to 2".
Up to 2" at a time
4" Deep Pour & Casting Resin
This product is most suitable for projects that are over 2" in thickness, such as river tables and any kind of artistic project that requires a deep pour.
Up to 4" at a time