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Amazing Clear Cast Plus

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Amazing Clear Cast Plus epoxy provides the same great features of our Amazing Clear Cast including an easy to use 1:1 mix ratio by volume, a brilliant high-gloss durable surface, and is FDA compliant; but now brings the added benefit of industry-leading UV resistance.

  • Can be colored with Alumilite dyes, alcoholic inks, or other non-water based colorants
  • Compliant with FDA 21 CFR 175.300
  • Epoxies in their unmixed state will naturally yellow with time

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Prior to using product, please read all Technical Data, Safety Data, and Instruction sheets linked below.

16 oz. Kit = 8 oz. A + 8oz. B

32 oz. Kit = 16oz. A + 16oz. B

1 gal. Kit = .5 gal. A + .5 gal. B

2 gal. Kit = 1 gal. A + 1 gal. B

$28.00 - $178.00

Technical Specifications

Product:
Amazing Clear Cast Plus
Color:
Clear
Mix Ratio:
1:1 by volume
Pot Life:
30-40 minutes
Demold Time (100 gram mass):
24-48 hours
Mixed Viscosity (cps):
3,000
Specific Gravity:
1.08
Shore Hardness (ASTM D2240):
75-77 D
Shrinkage (in./in.):
.003
Tensile Strength (ASTM D-638, psi):
3,700
Elongation (in./in.):
15%
Heat Resistance:
400º F
Heat Deflection Temperature:
100º F
FDA Compliant:
Yes

More Information

Safety Data Sheet

Technical Data Sheet

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Reviews

  • 4
    price

    Posted by kellice horns wallace on Mar 24th 2021

    I have been using this product for quiet some time now and i just cannot believe how much the costs has risen... and for that my I must find a new resin...HEARTBROKEN

  • 5
    Amazing clear cast plus

    Posted by Ashley on Mar 24th 2021

    Love this epoxy resin. I use it on tumblers and they leave no air bubbles! I have used tons of other epoxies and this is the only one that cures like class. It’s truly amazing!

  • 5
    I LOVE IT!

    Posted by Reed Navarro on Mar 19th 2021

    This resin is by far the clearest I have worked with so far! I use it for all my coasters, cake stands, trays, and to top coat paintings. It is a more pliable resin even when it’s fully cured. To combat this I just apply clear cast for my top coats to help to become a little more firm.

  • 1
    Waste of money

    Posted by Alicia on Feb 23rd 2021

    Takes FOREVER to cure and is ALWAYS bendy. It doesn't matter how thick of a pour you do. This never seems to set. 1:1 isn't difficult to measure. THAT is not the issue. Out of the 4-7 brands of resin I use this is the only bendy 'finish'. Complete waste of money. I wish I could give negative stars.

  • 3
    Takes longer to cure

    Posted by Seve on Jan 29th 2021

    Takes too long to cure, I wont use it again.

  • 5
    Amazing clear cast plus

    Posted by Stanley Anderson on Jan 13th 2021

    Well pleased with this product. Seems to take a little longer to harden but that could be to the colder weather we are having here in South MS. So far no issues such as cracking or bubbles. Cuts like butter and sands nicely. Polishes real well. Have used it on 5 projects so far and well pleased. Will order again.

  • 5
    My New Go To Resin

    Posted by Nicole (Fairies And Fancies) on Dec 8th 2020

    This resin has a lower viscosity, which is great for less bubbles. If you need your resin a thicker consistency simply mix the resin and let it sit until it's the consistency you like. MIX WELL. A lot of issues people run into with resin is from not stirring slowly and not stirring for long enough. The cure time is longer, but my open work time is longer, my pieces have less bubbles and finished pieces are less brittle and very strong. I've used this resin for casting things 2mm thick and up and have had great results. Keep in mind thicker pieces cure faster than super thin ones. The price is also very reasonable for the quality of product compared to other resins I've tried.

  • 2
    Amazing clear cast plus

    Posted by Andrew Heicher on Dec 2nd 2020

    Set and cure time to long. Seven days or longer to get full set. Two days before you can remove frome mold. You have to follow the directions to the print to even get it to work right. that means mixing for a long time. And you will need lots of mold release.

  • 2
    Not a fan

    Posted by Jamie Klimekoski on Oct 29th 2020

    I usually use normal clear cast. I thought id try this because of the less yellowing. I’m not a fan at all. It definitely takes longer to try which I don’t have time for....it’s feels rubbery. I’m just going to have to go back to the original but I guess it was worth a try. Next time I won’t buy a gallon when I’m trying something new but I didn’t think it would be that much if a difference