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There is a maximum pour level of approximately 1/8" - 3/16" with this resin. Not all resins are created the same. They have different ingredients and amounts of said ingredients. There are deep pour resins that work best for one pour projects. This is not what you want for a one pour of the thickness you mentioned. It … see more There is a maximum pour level of approximately 1/8" - 3/16" with this resin. Not all resins are created the same. They have different ingredients and amounts of said ingredients. There are deep pour resins that work best for one pour projects. This is not what you want for a one pour of the thickness you mentioned. It may turn yellow, crack and have a lot of bubbles thabyou won't be able to remove. Like I mentioned, they have deep pour resins that work great for 1.5" - 3" pours in one go. Although there are many brands this brand (magic resin) also has a deep pour version. see less There is a maximum pour level of approximately 1/8" - 3/16" with this resin. Not all resins are created the same. They have different ingredients and amounts of said ingredients. There are deep pour resins that work best for one pour projects. This is not what you want for a one pour of the thickness you mentioned. It may turn yellow, crack and have a lot of bubbles thabyou won't be able to remove. Like I mentioned, they have deep pour resins that work great for 1.5" - 3" pours in one go. Although there are many brands this brand (magic resin) also has a deep pour version.
Jay
· March 4, 2021
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Hi!

It's heat resistant up to 50 degrees celsius and yes you can make coasters with it :) May of our customers use this specific product for coasters. … see more
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It's heat resistant up to 50 degrees celsius and yes you can make coasters with it :) May of our customers use this specific product for coasters.

Thank you,

Eric White
Customer Support
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Hi!

It's heat resistant up to 50 degrees celsius and yes you can make coasters with it :) May of our customers use this specific product for coasters.

Thank you,

Eric White
Customer Support
Magic Resin

The Magic Brands
Seller · February 19, 2021
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3/16" maximum pour. Otherwise bubbles are difficult to remove. Ensure to warm the resin prior to mixing. Mix slowly to lessen the air bubbles.
Randy U
· January 26, 2020
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No. It turns into plastic, pieces can break off and get into your food.
Flipr W.
· November 8, 2020
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Désolé je ne sais pas pour le dosserais, je ne peux pas vous aider pour cette question
Melanie laplante
· October 29, 2021
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Hey Roland! :)

It is an additive that will make your project look crystal clear once A and B are mixed together :) … see more
Hey Roland! :)

It is an additive that will make your project look crystal clear once A and B are mixed together :)

Thank you!

Eric White
Customer Support
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Hey Roland! :)

It is an additive that will make your project look crystal clear once A and B are mixed together :)

Thank you!

Eric White
Customer Support
Magic Resin

The Magic Brands
Seller · September 27, 2021
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All epoxy yellows over time. This one is a lower quality so probably yellows faster. It is not a good idea to put expoxy over fine art unless the yellow tinge will not ruin the overall appearance.
Amazon Customer
· December 23, 2021
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I’d contact Magic Resin website for an accurate answer for restocking issues
Doug Illman Art
· February 19, 2021
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if you dont expose epoxy to direct sunlight u should be ok...good luck
bobby-bond
· January 31, 2021