MEKP (Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxide) – This is nasty stuff.  Keep out of reach of children and wear eye protection when dispensing.  Most polyester resin systems use between 1% and 2% to initiate a cure or 10 to 20gm per 1kg of resin. Available in 30gm, 60gm, 125gm, 250gm, 500gm, 1kg and 5kg.  Ask for a data sheet.

MEKP Slow Release – Used with Vinylester Resins.

PVA (Poly Vinyl Alcohol) – Release agent.  Available in 125ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1Lt, 4Lt and 20Lt.

Acetone – Used for clean-up, but very flammable.  Available in 500ml, 1Lt, 4Lt and 20Lt.

Styrene Wax – Added to polyester resins stops stickiness on the final coat.

Styrene Monomer – Used to thin polyester (most systems do not require thinning. Please Note; the addition of styrene monomer increases shrinkage and is not recommended).

Pigments – To produce opaque colours.

Dyes – To develop transparent colours (great for pseudo stained glass).

PearlEx Powder Pigments – May be incorporated into any viscous (slightly thick) medium such as resins, paints, glues and varnish to produce a pearlescent or metallic luster. Comes in a variety of colours and mixed packs.

Eliminator Hand Cleaner – Eliminator is a specialty hand cleaner designed specifically to remove paints, adhesives and other resin based products. It is ideally suited for removing acrylics, enamels, urethane, epoxies, silicone’s and polyesters. Washes off with water.

Glow Powders – 6 New GLOW Powder colours available. Can be used in most Epoxy and Polyester resins.