Pine Green Epoxy Powder Pigment
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Unleash Vibrant Hues.
Our premium-grade mica powder pigments, engineered by industry visionaries, redefine the essence of color brilliance in a profoundly personal way. Explore the potential of our versatile pigments, tailored just for you, perfect for an array of epoxy applications. Create with purpose, with stunningly vibrant pigments designed with your artistic vision in mind.
- Epoxy river tables
- Jewelry making
- Charcuterie boards
- Wall art
- Epoxy bar tops
- Drink coasters
- Arts & crafts!
Unrivaled Clarity. Shape your epoxy endeavors with Pigmently's top-tier mica powder pigments. These meticulously engineered epoxy mica powders utilize state-of-the-art chroma crystals to deliver an unmatched color contrast and vibrancy. Experience purity without compromise, free from the common fillers used by others.
Bring your epoxy projects to life with unmatched accuracy and consistency using Pigmently Premium Pigments. Our exclusive blend of superfine particles is carefully calibrated to integrate flawlessly with epoxy resin, preventing sinking or clumping. Guarantee a seamlessly smooth finish for your epoxy creations, time after time!
Maximize the creative possibilities of your epoxy projects, reaching unmatched quality and performance with Pigmently mica powder pigments. Whether your creation is a captivating table top, bar top, countertop, or more intricate projects like tumblers and charcuterie boards, Pigmently's superior mica powders promise consistent perfection every time.
Powder Pigment Portion Guide:
These powder pigments pack a punch. A little goes a long way in changing the color of epoxy. The color's depth—its transparency and vibrancy—can be adjusted by commencing with a minimal quantity and incrementally integrating more until you attain your desired effect.
It is advisable to mix the pigment into the Hardener after pouring it into the mixing container. This will ensure an even distribution of the pigment and avoid premature curing of the epoxy. Begin with a small amount of pigment and gradually add more until you've achieved the desired color.
To optimize your outcomes, we suggest conducting a minor test pour if you're uncertain about the substrate's impact on the color and finish.
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