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IntoResin® 50g Super Crystal Hard UV resin for Jewelry Making, Crafts, and DIY Projects

IntoResin® 50g Super Crystal Hard UV resin for Jewelry Making, Crafts, and DIY Projects

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Package 50g Crystal Hard UV resin
Curing Time 2~5 min under LED UV light, 10~15 mins under sun light
Applicablity 6W~36W UV light
Hardness 75~80D
Weight 50g



Package: New Generation Advanced UV Resin Formula - Features highest quality UV Resin Hard Type Formula - Each bottle contains 50g craft resin and features a narrow precision tip for easy application.

No shrinkage and yellowing resistance: our resin  will not shrink or yellow after curing and/or over time unlike other inferior resina uv formulas out there.

Easy-to-use: Our specially designed formula is perfect for artists of all levels, whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out. With its clear, high-gloss finish and UV-resistant properties, our resin will give your artwork a professional-quality look and feel.

Multi-use: Whether you're making jewelry, decorating your phone case, or creating one-of-a-kind artwork, our resin will bring your creations to life with a dazzling, UV-resistant finish.

User guide: We've prepared a user guide PDF for the beginner, if you need just click the link to check it out.

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Based on 1 review

The bottles are VERY small and the light is super cheap and tiny. Not worth the wait or price. VERY DISAPPOINTING!!

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