Alumi-UV is a clear doming and coating resin. Once cured with a UV light, it creates a high-gloss coating on paper, plastic, wood, metal, and more.
- Medium viscosity is perfect for covering unsymmetrical items
- Multiple coats can be applied to build coat thickness
- Alumi-UV is not a UV stabilizer additive for resin
Prior to using product, please read all Technical Data, Safety Data, and Instruction sheets linked below.
- Mix Ratio:
- 1 part
- Pot Life:
- Demold Time (100 gram mass):
- Mixed Viscosity (cps):
- Specific Gravity:
- Shore Hardness (ASTM D2240):
- 75-80 D
- Shrinkage (in./in.):
- Tensile Strength (ASTM D638, psi):
- Elongation (in./in.):
- Temperature Resistance:
- 244º F
We use ALUMI-UV on our fire-painted copper. It's the only finish that we found that doesn't kill the color. and it's easy to use.
Was a little apprehensive to spend a 100 bucks on a quart but this stuff works. So far I've used it on lures I've made, coated brand new spoons and body baits. Walleye teeth don't seem to scratch it
Been using a two-part 2-ton epoxy on my wooden crankbaits for years. ALUMI-UV is great. No more mixing. Cures hard in less than an hour in my UV chamber. I understand I can devrease that curing time even more if I use a higher wattage UV bulb.
I recently started making lures, and this stuff is fantastic for the clear coat. Durable, super clear, and so much easier to apply than epoxy!
Have used Alumi-UV on lead lures for trolling offshore, deep drop jigs, buck tails and others. Very durable, keeps lure eyes sealed and reflective tape as well.
So far so got I love your product looking forward to next order
I use this daily for my lure business and love it, highly recommend it to anyone.
Excellent product! My .25 lb bottle came in less than half full but a quick call to alumilite and Katie sent me another bottle, it arrived a couple of days later. Love the product and customer service is top notch!