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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
Can I mix this into poly resin?? I know it says it's "epoxy resin pigment" but does it still work with poly resin??
Yes the epoxy pigments work just as well in polyester resin
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.