Getting crystal-clear, bubble-free castings in your resin molds shouldn't have to be difficult. The Resin Obsession super clear resin for jewelry making is specially formulated to allow bubbles to release easily allowing you to confidently create the jewelry and crafts you imagine.
This Super Clear Resin 48 ounce kit includes 32 ounces (2 quarts) of resin plus 16 ounces (1 pint) of hardener. That's enough to fill 50 one-inch cube molds.
You will be able to proudly show off what you make when using this clear casting, jewelry quality resin specially formulated for molds.
Get beautiful results whether you keep it clear or add resin colors.
- The easy-to-mix, bubble releasing formula lets you focus on your project, instead of wasting time worrying about bubbles
- Remove castings from molds in as soon as eight hours to allow you to make several projects in a short amount of time.
- UV stabilized to protect against yellowing.
- The hard-curing formula means your jewelry will be durable and won't soften with body heat.
- Meets the highest level of safety standards. This resin for jewelry making has been reviewed by a toxicologist and conforms to ASTM D-4236 meaning it safe for use for any arts, crafts and jewelry purpose when used as directed.
- Made in the USA
How do you use this clear casting epoxy resin?
- Mix two parts A to one part B by volume.
- Stir for two to three minutes until streaks are gone and the mix is clear.
- Pour into your mold or other open space.
"Easy, versatile, great results! I've tried a few different types of resin and this is easily my favorite. I like that it cures very fast (sometimes within a few hours!) so you don't have to wait long to see the results and/or to continue working on complex projects. Minimal bubbles, works great with a variety of colorants and additions, and the price is reasonable, especially for the larger size kits. I'm considering ordering some for friends/family who want to get into resin crafting because it's pretty beginner-friendly too." -- EFH, Pennsylvania
Get a downloadable fact sheet for the Resin Obsession super clear resin.
What else can you make with the super clear resin? Besides jewelry projects, this resin for jewelry making works great for:
- Resin coasters
- Custom dice
- Memorial paperweights
Want to learn more? Download a copy of the super clear resin mixing instructions.
We want you to get the most out of your resin investment. To give you the longest shelf life possible, this super clear resin kit is made when ordered. Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
Note: This product can only ship to the U.S. and Canada. For an explanation of the shipping methods available, including taxes and fees imposed upon Canadian customers, please read our shipping policy.
I have worked with several resins to find one for crystal molds. Your super clear resin is ahhhhmazing! It’s the easiest, clearest, least amount of bubbles and it is so hard when finished. It’s perfect! Thank you for the recommendations and all the tips on your YouTube! No more wasting money on art for me! 🙏🏼
I've tested many resins and Resin Obsession resin is superior! Easy to work with, easy bubble elimination, crystal clear, and impeccable results! The opaque pigments yield beautiful results as well. Haven't met a RO item I don't completely love.
relatively quick curing time and it looks beautiful! Also had an issue with the label, they responded quickly and were very helpful!
I'm new to resin so it's hard to say whether the issue is with the product or my skill level in using it. I'm still currently trying out tests to get it to pour bubble free and if I can get that part right my review would definitely change to 5 stars. It's very easy to use and cures quickly and rock solid, I had concerns about the temperature where I am but haven't had any issues with tackiness or cure time. The deal breaker for me is just that so far I have not been able to mix a batch that doesn't cure absolutely full of tiny bubbles. No matter how hard I try not to incorporate any air during mixing it turns out clouded with bubbles and they don't come to the surface before it solidifies so even passing over with a heat gun or using a toothpick to try to bring them to the surface I can't seem to make any difference in the end result.