UV Resin 10g Qian Qian with low heat curing and good aftercare this resin should not yellow at all. This is a great size for beginners making UV resin jewellery, and you can refill it with the UV Resin 200g size here and you can move on to our our 60g size here when you start making more pieces. Can be posted as a large letter so you may notice the shipping is cheaper with this size than our others.
Suitable for small pieces, doming, with water clear moulds. Please see our individual mould listings for a guide to which are suitable but we do not recommend anything larger than 20mm across or more than 12mm thick. This resin is more environmentally friendly than epoxy as there is much less wastage, no need to mix up your resin in advance, just pour, cure and go.
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Using UV Resin
Simply pour resin into your mould. You can also add your clients’ elements or inclusions like breastmilk, lock of hair, umbilical cord and placenta or cremation ashes. Then cure in the usual way.
This video I made shows you how to make a resin sphere with the unicorn white resin sparkle mix and a forget me not flower
If working with UV resin we recommend you work in layers to achieve beautiful depths of colour.
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keepsakesbygeorgy (verified owner) –
I am very happy with the uv resin I received . I’m using 2 parts resin for my jewellery but this uv resin is life saver in minutes when needed something fast done.
littlesilverstories (verified owner) –
This skinny little spout is the best for filling tiny molds (like the 4mm round cabochon sold on this site). It was a game changer for tidiness for me and not over pouring. Love love love it. I just do a little dot beside my mold to get rid of air bubbles sitting in the spout. I’m yet to figure out how to get the spout off to refill it but I’ve read it can be refilled (I’m waiting until empty to really tug on it). Has a slight smell but I use a respirator so I don’t smell it. I use this in layers so I don’t get shrinkage. Nice shine to it. Cures hard (I’ve always used thin layers) even with dark colouring in thin layers I just add a bit of extra cure time under uv light. I use for small jewelry pieces. Cured in under two minutes- can’t beat that!! Cant speak to yellowing as I’ve only been using a month but so far so good and I’ve experimented leaving a piece on my window sill.
nacollereynolds (verified owner) –
Love this resin!