Alumilite fluorescent liquid dye - single 1 ounce colors

Alumilite fluorescent liquid dye - single 1 ounce colors


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Getting resin fluorescent colors is easy with these resin dyes!  These fluorescent resin colors from Alumilite Colorants are translucent when used with clear resin and opaque when used with white resin. Of course, you can customize your color by the varying amount used or by using it in combination with other Alumilite dyes. 

Choose from single, 1-ounce colors in the following fluorescent shades:  orange, red, green, pink and yellow.  The more you use the darker the color will be.  Use no more than 5% by weight in your resin to make sure your resin dries as expected.

If you want all five colors, be sure to check out this set of fluorescent resin dyes where you can buy all five and save!

These resin dyes are designed to be used with Alumilite brand resins.  We cannot assure quality results when used with other brands of resin.

How to Use

How do you use these fluorescent dyes with resin?

Step 1:  Add a small drop of resin color to your Side A resin.  Mix well.

Step 2:  Add in the corresponding amount of Side B hardener.  Mix thoroughly.

Step 3:  Pour into your mold or onto a surface.

These liquid fluorescent resin dyes are thick.  You will need to cut off the tip of your bottle to squeeze the pigment out.  

Shipping & Returns

These fluorescent dyes for resin can ship worldwide!

Choose from multiple delivery options, including overnight and two-day delivery.

We want you to be thrilled with your resin colors, but in case you're not, we gladly accept returns or exchanges of unopened fluorescent dyes within 30 days of delivery.  

Customer Reviews

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Great colors
Flo Pink
Flo Red Dye
Hi Robert, I'm sorry to hear the dye was a little hard for you to work with. We have also found that they can be thick. This video shows how we like to work with them to make it as easy as possible: