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Ice resin-ice jeringa de resina). Esta es Joyeros grado con una calidad inigualable. Puede ser utilizado en joyería, manualidades, arte de papel y más. No medición, solo tienes que presionar y agitar. Este paquete contiene una jeringa Kit que hace de 1 oz de resina. Cumple con la norma ASTM D 4236. Fabricado en Estados Unidos.
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First off... the price listed here (23$) is VERY expensive... If you live close to a Hobby Lobby, they sell this particular resin in the jewelry isle next to the actual jewelry making tools... however the price at the store is 11$. Not sure if this company is trying to compensate for Amazon Prime 2day shipping? I'd only suggest that if you are going to spend 22 dollars for resin, go ahead and get some normal Clear Epoxy Resin and try that first.. you get much more resin for your money.
That being said, I bought this at Hobby Lobby with a 40% off coupon, so it was really an easy sell for me. The first night I tried it was the first time I've ever used resin. The couple of items I made with it came out fairly good. The smaller bezels came out crystal clear. However I did run into a snag with two bracelets that had multiple bezels. The first bracelet had maybe one or two bubbles total out of the 9 bezels. If you plan on working with this resin (or any resin really) the smaller the quantity the faster it's going to cure. I didn't know this, so the second bracelet I made was not fully prepped... so while I was cutting out the images to place in the bezels the ice resin sat there, and was slowly curing. When it was poured it was very thick, like syrup - so there were way more tiny microscopic bubbles in each bezel which made the entire bracelet cloudy and unattractive. (Chalk that up to learning from your mistakes ;D)
The applicator/dispenser is really a joke. I can see why they wanted to make it simple to dispense an equal amount, but in the end it makes things more problematic because if you maybe cut one end wider than the other, you get an uneven mix... I would have preferred two tiny bottles that I could measure myself... it's really not that difficult to do and Amazon has plenty of small graduated measuring cups (100 for 2$) that are very handy.
This resin states very clearly that you should NOT use a heating gun to remove air bubbles. That clear of a warning kind of freaked me out, so I never tried it - because I'm not sure why they made a specific point to write that on the instructions.
Curing time is about standard with other resin, and things go much quicker if you just have a simple florescent bulb shining on it (especially during these colder months)
So in short... if you see it in a Hobby Lobby and have a coupon - maybe give it a try. Or try to buy the larger quantity bottles sold on here because the price is a rip off for this small amount of resin. Can work beautifully, but not seeing the immediate difference between just standard epoxy clear resin.
Hope this was helpful : )
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