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Blue Gee

Pigment (20g)

Blue Gee 20g Pigment

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£7.95
Product code: M450103
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A wide range of shades to colour your gelcoat, resin or epoxy. This handy 20g pack contains enough pigment to colour about 400ml of clear gelcoat and is supplied with a mixing stick.


Although designed for use with polyester resin based materials, these pigments have also been shown to successfully colour Blue Gee epoxy systems, subject to colour test and providing loading does not exceed 5%.


Add to resin generally at a rate of 5% of the resin volume. (Do not exceed 10%). Note: Always mix the resin and hardener together before adding pigment.


Available in:


  • 450113 - Anchusa Blue

  • 450102 - Bitter Chocolate

  • 450136 - British Racing Green

  • 450108 - Cream

  • 450110 - Crimson

  • 450117 - Dark Grey

  • 450101 - Dense Black

  • 450112 - Dolphin Green

  • PG87023 - Golden Brown

  • 450111 - Golden Yellow

  • 450204 - Light Admiral Grey

  • 450116 - Light Aircraft Grey

  • 450106 - Magnolia

  • 450115 - Off White

  • 450114 - Oxford Blue

  • 450122 - Pale Blue

  • 450107 - Parchment

  • 450205 - Pirate Red

  • 450109 - Post Office Red

  • 450104 - Super White

  • 450103 - Tangerine

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Can you clarify: 'Always mix the resin and hardener together before adding pigment'?Trying to find the correct ratio of pigment/resin to obtain the correct shade for the hull takes a good few attempts. Surely you are able to add the pigment to the un-catalysed resin in order to find the right mix before adding the catalyst?

This is the manufacturers recommendation to get optimum results. It is to ensure that the resin/hardener are mixed to the correct ratio prior to the pigment being added. Most professional repairers do it the way you suggest however, and achieve excellent results as long as you are confident in your mixing quantities.

16/5/19

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