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Liquid Pigments

PostPosted: Sat Nov 29, 2014 5:44 am
by barrettlboehm
Hi all. I'm in a pinch during Thanksgiving here. Every retail outlet that we source titanium dioxide pigment from is closed. Lowes sold me their white liquid pigment used as a coloring agent in the paint department and I'm wondering if this is the same as or different from liquid pigments made for resin casting. We use a polyester/acrylic resin blend from AOC; 11 gals per cast, which is roughly 2lbs of pigment. Can I safely use this without negatively affecting the resin? Below are the ingredients, Lowes claims that it is mostly titanium dioxide (white), product is called "NovoColor II Universal Colorant" made by Color Corporation of America out of Rockford, IL:

-Titanium Dioxide
-Water
-Talc
-Proprietary Additives
-Proprietary Inerts

Re: Liquid Pigments

PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 5:08 pm
by mangozac
Hi Barlett, welcome to RA!

I doubt the pigment you're referring to will be compatible with your resin due to this ingredient:
barrettlboehm wrote:-Water

I'm not as familiar with polyester resins as I am polyurethanes, but I definitely wouldn't use a water based pigment with polyurethane and doubt it would be compatible with any other resin types.

Re: Liquid Pigments

PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:23 am
by lucidcolour
Lucid Colour has Liquid Colourants & Pigments...
Over 10,000 colours in stock and can colour any resin or any base monomer!
website http://www.lucidcolour.com