I've searched high and low for resin since reading a few posts about resin jewlery (first time poster, long time reader
) and a lot of people just can't seem to find casting resin at most places, including me! (I ordered it online one time...but who can afford that every time they want to craft?)
I've tried everything...modge podge glue (didn't work for setting items in it)
Automotive Resin (Worked well for practicing, but was hard to work with, and impossible to get to dry clear)
A new craft store opened near me, and I figured I'd take a look and ask if maybe they had any. Of course they didn't, but I did find a little gem in the rough while wondering around for hours (like we all do at the craft stores!)
It's called "EnviroTex Lite Pour-On High Gloss Finish" And it works just like regular resin! It's meant to be put onto items thick, so that it can seal a table, chair, etc. But let me tell you...Easy to work with, affordable, and, best of all...the bubbles rise to the top, so you just blow on the surface about 5 min after pouring and NO BUBBLES!
I can't wait to post some pics of my new resin projects! Let me know if anyone also has used other things for resin casting.