It's ok on a smaler project like the table top I was working with it. Size 150cm x 75cm. Not sure if it would dry to fast on a dining table. But I have to admit that I'm everything but a PRO
This is one of my favourite products for molds. It was the first type of resin that I bought when I first started a couple of years ago. I used to just buy off of Amazon, because I knew when to expect it with shipping. I love how fast it hardens This thickness of it allows me to create some pretty cool products. I haven’t used it for anything else. I use a different brand for canvas and wood pictures, and charcuterie boards that is a bit thicker and a 2 to 1 for sealing letters etc. from a different brand.
Used to make geode coasters, they turned out very nice. When complete they are lighter than I expected them to be, feels similar to plastic not glass. Mixed easily, I have never used resin before, but followed instructions and was fine. It became thick very quickly while working with it in small amounts (four colours about a shot glass each) so I am nervous to mix more than one colour at a time when I do my next much larger project.
This product some how had micro bubbles in it. I have been told it was from how I mixed it. Apparently a hand whisk is what causes it. I spent a entire day trying to sand the topcoat off and it is still there(3mm over a five foot by three foot span is a lot is sanding) . The amount of dust created from sanding was ridiculous. So much so that the neighbor complained and I don’t think I will ever get the dust out of my garage. So I’m at the point of deciding what to do with it. Between the cost of the live edge wood and $1600 in epoxy it’s a pretty big waste of time and money now. Everything was perfect until I added the topcoat.
high quality product works great I love it