Alumilite Dyes (1 Ounce Bottles)

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The Perfect Dyes for Any Epoxy Resin Project

Use Alumilite dyes to add color to your casting resins! Dyes can be used in clear resins for translucent castings, with epoxy for dynamic coatings, or in opaque resin for solid bold colors.

  • Use smallest amount possible to achieve desired color (up to 5%)
  • Alumilite Dye is very concentrated. In some instances it's necessary to use less than 1 drop to achieve color in small resin batch. This can be achieved by adding a spec of dye to the tip of a stir stick rather than dispensing into the resin.
  • Opaque dyes contain fillers that may settle in the bottle. To maintain consistent color, agitate/stir prior to use.
    Translucent colors include green*, yellow, red, blue, brown, orange, violet, and ocean blue.

*Note that Green translucent dye is not compatible with epoxy chemistry and will shift to a blue color. This is due in part to chemistry, but also shift in hues (yellowing) over time of epoxy, causing changes in color.

Opaque colors include white, black, flo red, flo orange, flo yellow, flo green, flo pink, tan, beige, and dark brown. Some translucency can be achieved by adding an incredibly small amount of these dyes to clear resin.

1 oz. Complete Set (All Colors) does not include Tan, Beige, or Dark Brown dyes.

Prior to using product, please read all Technical Data, Safety Data, and Instruction sheets linked above.

What Can You Do for Even More Crystal Clear Results?

Wondering how to polish resin? The perfect pair for the best finished results is our Promise Pro Polish & Cleaner. The kit includes instructions on how to properly sand down your project and apply the polish and cleaner for a gorgeous finish.

Need More Info on How to Pair Colorants with Epoxy Resin?

If this is your first time using a resin and hardener? There are probably a ton of questions like:

  • How much resin should I use?
  • How time consuming will this project be?
  • What is the best practice for my environment?
  • Do I need a heat gun? How can I get rid of air bubbles?
  • What surface or counter tops can I use with a resin and hardener to build the best epoxy tables?

We've got you covered. Each table top epoxy kit comes with clear instructions to help guide you through the process. You can also check out our FAQ page for detailed questions and answers. You can also check out our epoxy calculator resource to find the perfect amount for your epoxy project.