Resi-BLAST Art Dispersion Media 25ml
With Resi-Blast you can create unique cell structures in epoxy casting resins.
- Creates cells and lacing in art resins
- Safe & user friendly
- Non toxic & non flammable
- Non VOC formula with no aggressive chemical, solvent or alcohol ink content
- ASTM certified
Resi-BLAST is an innovative, single part liquid additive that can be dropped into wet and coloured art resin to create cells. The additive is commonly referred to as a dispersant, interference or distressing medium.
resi-BLAST is a single part polymeric liquid that reacts with wet epoxy, polyester and polyurethane resins by repelling itself away, thereby stimulating movement in concentric outward circles. It is not a paint or resin and will not cure on its own. This dispersion reaction creates motion into self contained cellular structures as seen in the photos.
resi-BLAST can be used along with our resi-TINT range of acrylic pigments or the range of resi-METAL metallic pigments.
For best results add one or two drops of resi-BLAST to a couple of your pigmented cups of resin, pour the resin mixture onto your work and watch the cells form. Applying heat to the area with a heat gun will enhance the effects.
Alternatively droplets can be added to the pigmented resin surface immediately after mixing/pigmentation. Movement happens immediately and can be further enhanced by applying heat in that area.
Do not wait for the resin to gel or partially cure as resi-BLAST will not work.
resi-BLAST will not react or retard the curing cycle of the resin. The additive may leave shallow uniform depressions in the resin surface which can add to its optical effect. In addition any residue of the additive will migrate to the surface of the resin and should be wiped off with a dry cloth after the resin has fully cured, please see individual product datasheets for this info. This residue can also act as a polish layer to further enhance a glossy resin surface.
When handling this product, wear safety gloves and safety glasses. Always work in a well-ventilated area.
Skin contact may cause skin irritation or an allergic reaction.
Skin contact: Remove all contaminated clothing and footwear unless it is stuck to the skin. Wash immediately with plenty of soap and water.
Eye contact: rinse the eye with running water for 15 minutes. Consult a doctor.
Ingestion: rinse mouth with water. Avoid vomiting. Consult a doctor.
Inhalation: remove from exposure subject to irritation. Consult a doctor.