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12 Colors Galaxy Suspended Non-sinking Glitter for Resin-Newly Developed Truly Non-sinkable

12 Colors Galaxy Suspended Non-sinking Glitter for Resin-Newly Developed Truly Non-sinkable

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Introducing Intoresin's latest innovation: the 12-color Galaxy Suspended Glitter, designed to truly suspend without sinking to the bottom. Infused into our epoxy resin, upon mixing, you'll notice these glitters suspended within the resin, achieving a stunning effect where they remain suspended rather than settling at the bottom like conventional glitters, ensuring a visually appealing finish.

 

Product Specification

12 Colors Set

A: 12 colors, 2.5 g per bottle

B: 12 colors, 10 g per bottle

C: 12 colors, 50 g per bottle

DESCRIPTION

  • Fabulous Unsinkable  Glitter: This is a unique fine glitter that creates an aurora chameleon effect for your resin pieces. The product is produced based on an innovative formula with super fine mini glitters and an alluring shine, creating an effect that makes your resin pieces stand out from the crowd.
  • Ultra-high Quality Diamond Glitter:  It's non-toxic, more durable, and environmentally friendly, which enables you to use it more with ease. 
  • Wide Usage for All Kinds of Resin Projects: Non-sink  Glitter can be applied to epoxy resin projects and UV resin projects, such as resin jewelry, resin coasters, resin keychains, resin storage boxes, resin decorations, etc. It is a versatile DIY pigment for decorating your artworks.
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