Resin Obsession Super Clear Resin 6 oz | Jewelry Resin
The only hard part about this jewelry resin is how it cures. This epoxy mixes crystal-clear and dries in under 12 hours.
Stop letting microbubbles and voids ruin your projects. Instead, use the epoxy designed to pick up crisp detail in molds.
But the best part about this jewelry resin is how many customers have told us it's helped them start a business.
Buy now, and you're only a few days away from starting yours too.
What else makes this jewelry resin so awesome?
Meets the highest level of safety standards. VOC free. Conforms to ASTM D-4236.
- Made in the USA.
- 90 days (or less!) fresh. We craft our epoxy in small amounts to ensure you get resin that doesn't look like a mystery sample from a doctor's clinic.
I’ve been creating with resin for 3 years now, and I have used MANY MANY types of resin to use for my jewelry. I am super picky when it comes to resin. This resin is so amazing for jewelry pieces! Crystal clear and the quality over all is just incredible. -- Amanda T., Portland, OR
How do you use this epoxy jewelry resin?
Step 1: Mix two parts A to one part B by volume. Mix at least 10 cc Part A with 5 cc Part B, but no more than 2 ounces Part A with 1 ounce Part B.
Step 2: Stir for two to three minutes until it is streak free.
Step 3: Pour into your mold or other open space.
Working time is 20 to 25 minutes. Cure time is 8 to 12 hours.
See how to use this epoxy to make a resin bangle bracelet.
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What else can you make with this jewelry resin?
Besides jewelry projects, this clear-casting epoxy resin works great for making:
- Jewelry with dried flowers
- Memorial paperweights
This clear epoxy jewelry resin ships to the contiguous U.S. and Canada. Learn more, including taxes and fees for Canadian customers, in our shipping policy.
We want you to love your purchase, but in case you don't, we happily accept returns of unopened resin within 30 days of delivery. Please contact us for return instructions.
The super clear resin is perfect for making
I’ve been creating with resin for 3 years now, and I have used MANY MANY types of resin to use for my jewelry. I am super picky when it comes to resin. This resin is so amazing for jewelry pieces! Crystal clear and the quality over all is just incredible. Do not hesitate buying this resin!
These earrings are FANTASTIC Amanda. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to help you bring your creativity to life!
I absolutely love this resin. This is my go to resin for all my jewelry needs. It’s super easy to use and comes out hard and clear each time. I love the suggestions and help she offers as well!!!
We love reading this Shanna. Your earrings are beautiful!
I was hesitant using this resin because I had no experience with resin, but it was very easy to use and created a great quality product! With the exception of bubbles, this product was also super clear and shiny! I also used the resin obsession square dish mold which was great!
Hi Sadie, your dish looks great! I'm sorry to read you had bubble trouble when using this resin. This article will give you some ideas on what you can try differently next time you use it: https://www.resinobsession.com/resin-frequently-asked-questions/resin-bubbles/
Although I had issues with micro-bubbles the first few times I used this resin, I liked the hardness of the cure, how fast it cures, and the single mix, so I persevered (with some suggestions from Katherine.) I live in eastern WA and the house never gets very warm in winter, but I've found that if I mix the resin in very hot but not-quite-boiling water it mixes much more easily and the bubbles are much less of an issue. I still get a few, but I have yet to do a deep cast where I don't have a few, so I'll live with them for the other good qualities of this resin. Definitely a keeper!
I ordered this product after careful on-line review. I needed some resin that dried hard, very clear and in very thin (approx 1/16") parts. I preheated the silicone rubber mold to around 100 degrees F, as well as preheated the rein and hardener bottles inside a ziploc bag resting in 100F water for 10 minutes. I then poured the mixed resin into the mold -- because of the extreme thin pieces, I gave it 24 hours in the paint pressure pot I used for casting. Eerything turned out great the first time!