Liquid Plastic cures to a clear, UV resistant, plastic-like finish that resists scratching and yellowing.
Liquid Plastic is a high performance, 100% solids, two component, commercial grade epoxy formulated for a long gel time, low exothermic heat buildup, with a semi-flexible hardness that will not stress crack glass in most circumstances.
Liquid Plastic can be poured at any thickness and cures to a water like appearance. Liquid Plastic is perfect for casting and see through encapsulation of objects such as Coins, Photos, Wood, Metal, Concrete, Granite, Copper, Stainless Steel, Bamboo, Leather, Ceramic, Artwork, Rocks, Sea Shells, Fabrics, Paper, Dried Plants and much more
Liquid Plastic is crystal clear and brilliant; it accentuates and magnifies the objects it encapsulates. Liquid Plastic is a product you can trust, and truly beautiful to behold.
Liquid Plastic is a perfect casting and see through encapsulation epoxy, it is commonly used where a crystal clear see though encapsulation of objects is required.
Liquid Plastic Benefits:
- No Toxic Organic Compounds or Heavy Metals
- 100% Solids, Low VOC, Low odor
- Crystal Clear, High Gloss
- Extremely Durable
- Excellent Air Release Qualities
- Excellent Color Stability
- Impact Resistant
- Magnifies Object Appearance
- Tough Water Resistant Finish
- Eliminates Craters, Crawling and Fish Eyes
- Will not blush or sweat under high humidity
- Will not distort with age.
• 100% Solids
• Crystal Clear, High Gloss
• Extremely Durable
• Excellent Air Release Qualities
• Excellent Color Stability
• Impact Resistant
• Magnifies Object Appearance
• Tough Water Resistant Finish
• Eliminates Craters, Crawling and Fish Eyes
• Will not blush or sweat under high humidity
• Will not distort with age.
Liquid Plastic is a perfect casting and see through encapsulation epoxy, it is commonly
used where a crystal clear see though encapsulation of objects is required.
Objects such as Coins, Photos, Wood, Metal, Concrete, Granite, Copper, Stainless
Steel, Bamboo, Leather, Ceramic, Artwork, Rocks, Sea Shells, Fabrics, Paper, Dried
Plants and much more.
Liquid Plastic is a perfect crystal clear casting and see through encapsulation epoxy. It
is a high performance 100% solids two component crystal clear epoxy formulation used
for casting and see through encapsulations, Art work, and other applications requiring a
crystal clear, strong, plastic finish. Liquid Plastic maintains its integrity over sharp
corners, it has excellent air release qualities, and a relatively fast set time which may be
accelerated by mild heat to 160F.
Liquid Plastic Usage Instructions
Liquid Plastic is a perfect casting and see through encapsulation epoxy used for where
a crystal clear see though encapsulation is required.
Working Conditions: For best results Liquid Plastic must be used at temperatures
from 70-80 degrees F. The room which you are working in should be clean, dry, dust
and insect free. Settling dust can often cause blemishes on the glassy surface.
Mix Ratio: 1:1 by volume
Pot Time: 8 hours depending on ambient temperature
Cure Time: 72 hours depending on ambient temperature, humidity and thickness.
Set to touch: 36 hours
Clean Up: De Natured Alcohol
Recommended Storage: 55 degrees F. through 85 degrees F. with tightly sealed lids.
Application: Liquid Plastic should be applied in two stages. The first stage is referred to
as the seal coat. The seal coat is brushed on objects in a thin layer and is used to seal
any pores in the surface and prevent air bubbles from forming in the following pours.
Liquid Plastic will flow and self-level, squeegees can be used to help level Liquid
Encapsulating Pictures: Objects, such as pictures, maps etc. can be casted and
encapsulated in Liquid Plastic during the pours. Most photo quality paper does not
require any special preparation however sometimes thin paper objects must first be
sealed. Use a solution of 4 parts white glue and 1 part water. This will prevent thin
paper objects from becoming translucent, this may be done with a brush. Two coats of
sealer is advised. Wait 4-8 hours before pouring Liquid Plastic.
Casting and Encapsulating Solid Objects: (wood, rocks, shells, etc.) All porous
materials should first have a seal coat of Liquid Plastic applied. This will prevent air
bubbles from occurring in the following pour