GSW offers a whole new alternative to artists and modellers looking to create toxic effects with this Ultraviolet Resin - Toxic Effect.
Fluorescent pigments are more complicated to mix with normal UV resin. So we developed this special blend that perfectly fuses fluoride pigments with UV resin. It is perfect for creating fluorescent toxic effects such as nuclear and radioactive waste and can be used alone or in combination with natural clear resin.
rivers, lakes, ponds or puddles. It has a multitude of advantages over other traditional ways of creating effects on water:
Ultra-fast drying gel. This product can be combined with a UV flashlight(LINK)to dry in 2-4 minutes. On sunny days, the frost has a drying time of 5 to 10 minutes. On cloudy days, 20 to 40 minutes.
Don't shrink. UV resin does not shrink. The amount of resin used is the amount of resin you get when completely dried
Accepts several layers. If you want to create a submersion effect, you can place several layers on top of each other without leaving marks.
Can be cut, polished and worked easily. The resin is easy to handle and can be fashioned and sculpted as you wish!
When the resin is in liquid state, you can use a heat gun or kitchen lighter to heat the resin and release the air bubbles, if necessary. Keep in mind that the resin will remain in a freezing state until a natural or ultraviolet light source comes into contact with it. Do not expose the inside of the bottle to natural light, otherwise the gel could trigger a reaction and crystallize.
Warnings about UV resin
- Environmental conditions can affect the properties of the material. Its use is recommended in a dry, ventilated area and at a temperature between 18oC and 25oC. Extreme cold and heat can damage the material. - Its use under inadequate conditions, exposure to insufficient UV light or lack of power of UV light, can make the surface, when hardened, sticky or biting to the touch. We recommend extending your exposure to UV rays or applying a glossy varnish. - We recommend that you consume the product within 10 months of the date of purchase. The shelf life of the product may decrease after opening depending on the state of preservation, exposure to ultraviolet rays and low temperatures.