Epoxy Resin Liquid Dye - Black Color Pigment
Take your projects to the next level with Pigmently Premium Epoxy Pigments!
These highly concentrated liquid pigments are designed to blend instantly into your epoxy, resulting in more consistent and single tone color options for your project.
- Best option to color your epoxy with a consistent, predictable result.
- Extremely concentrated colors - start small and add more until your desired color is achieved.
- Lighter mixtures are more transparent, while heavy mixtures result in a more solid, vibrant color.
- Perfect for keeping embedding objects visible in a colored resin.
Liquid Pigment vs Mica Powder Pigment: Which is right for you?
Pigmently Liquid Pigments:Blend quickly resulting in a strong singular color tone. The epoxy itself is tinted resulting in a consistent epoxy color for the entire epoxy project.
Pigmently Powder Pigments:Used to create rich, subtle variations of colors and texture effects.
Some mica powders may shimmer in the light while others give a multi-tone colored finish. You can achieve a mesmerizing granite or marble like appearance using different mica powder pigments.
Portion/ Mixing Guide For Pigmently Liquid Pigments
Please note that there is no exact ratio of Liquid Pigment to Epoxy.
For General Use: 1 bottle of Liquid Pigment per mixed gallon of epoxy will result in a solid color of your choice.
For the best/most accurate results, start by adding a small amount and continue to add more until you have achieved your desired color.
We recommend adding the Liquid Pigments to the Hardener side before you mix it together with the Resin.
For example, if you are pouring 1 Gallon of epoxy total, you would measure out a Half Gallon of Hardener in it’s own container, then slowly add/mix the Liquid Pigment into it completely before combining the Hardener with the Resin.
*Purchasers should, by their own tests and evaluations, determine suitability of such products for their specific use.
**Pigment is sold by WEIGHT and NOT by volume like some other retailers. We want you to receive the true amount of pigment you need. The color shown on the listing, website, brochure or any marketing materials may not be exact due to monitor/printing process limitations. Each person sees color a little differently!
-Inhalation: in case of accident by inhalation remove causality to fresh air and keep at rest
-Skin contact: was affected skin with plenty of water
-Eye contact: if contact with eyes directly, flush with gently flowing fresh water thoroughly; if eye irritation persists, get medical advice/attention.
-Thermal hazards: noncombustible
-Personal precautions: do not breathe or ingest dust
I didn't use the black as a solid color. I mixed it with the coffee and brown to get darker pigment. its slight transparency gave my project a deep 3-D depth.
The pigment was easy to use
Had a bit of trouble with epoxy
Bout countertop epoxy but set up way to fast
Used it as a dirty pour and it began to heat up so as I finished mixing colors
Got 2/3 of epoxy down before it was hot and solidifying
The colorant purchase worked well
If I was doing a simply single clear coat this would have worked
Will sand and redcoat with a deep pour to give time to to the dirty pour again
product worked very well with my epoxy and project