Counter Culture DIY  |  SKU: 0604

Green Growler (Neon)

$4.95 $7.95
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Dispersion Colors are highly concentrated pigments that can be used to evenly color epoxy and other liquids. Unlike other epoxy dyes, Dispersion Colors can produce completely opaque results.

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Most epoxy colorants only produce semi-transparent colors, leaving the substrate below clearly visible once the epoxy is cured. Dispersion colors can produce opaque, solid colors when added to epoxy, completely solving this problem. One drop goes a long way: these colorants are highly concentrated and require very little to be used.

  • Cost Effective: One bottle will last most users many months, or potentially even years. One drop is enough to color an entire mixing cup of epoxy.
  • Produce semi-transparent results or completely opaque colors depending on how much you use. Carefully dip the end of a mixing stick into the bottle and add to epoxy to ensure you only use a small amount. Remember, you can always add more, but you can't remove it!
  • We offer a variety of colors, but these pigments can also be mixed to produce any color you want!

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    Green Growler (Neon)
    Counter Culture DIY

    Green Growler (Neon)

    $4.95 $7.95

    Most epoxy colorants only produce semi-transparent colors, leaving the substrate below clearly visible once the epoxy is cured. Dispersion colors can produce opaque, solid colors when added to epoxy, completely solving this problem. One drop goes a long way: these colorants are highly concentrated and require very little to be used.

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