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I'd like to lam a 9'6" longboard opaque black. I'm using Resin Research Quick Kick Epoxy with two layers of 6oz glass on deck and bottom. How much of this pigment do I need for this to come out fully opaque. Thanks!
Check out our surfboard resin tint and pigment amount guide: https://greenlightsurfsupply.com/blogs/news/101620294-surfboard-resin-color-tint-and-pigment-amount-guide
Hello, I'm considering attempting to repair scratches on factory painted and baked, carbon fiber bicycle rims. I've been told various coloring agents can negatively impact the resilience/strength of carbon fiber. Can your "Epoxy Resin Pigment - Carbon Black" be used to mask wet-sanded dings & scratches without creating a negative impact? Thanks for your help.
We recommend using these resin pigments at a ratio of 2% to your total volume of resin. There will be no issues in resin strength or curing and you will have full color saturation. Typically when exceeding 5% pigment to resin ratio is when you start to see problems with the resin curing.