Art Pro Epoxy
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Art Pro Epoxy


Art Pro has been called the best epoxy resin for art with its low viscosity, 1:1 mix ratio, long 60 minute working time and improved UV resistance. It was developed with the input of dozens of makers, artists and woodworkers who wanted the best resin for art yet still could serve as a functional piece.

(3 customer reviews)


Art Pro is an easy to use, low viscosity system art epoxy that provides an extended working time that allows users to create beautiful, high gloss pieces of art resin. For use with pigment powders, alcohol ink and acrylic paints to create a wide range of stunning resin art.

Features and Benefits:

  • 1:1 mix ratio by volume
  • 60 min working time at 75˚F
  • Improved UV stability
  • Great flow for color blending

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Safety Data Sheets & Technical Data

MAS Art Pro Resin

MAS Art Pro Hardener

Technical Data Bulletin


Questions and answers of the customers

  1. 0 votes
    Q Hi, 2 questions about the Art Pro resin. 1) Is it non-yellowing? Is that the same meaning as UV s...... Read more
    Asked by laurenhawthorn93 on February 23, 2021 6:22 pm
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    Q Is this a good choice of resin to use in a wine caddy mold? I've been on the hunt because my othe...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Chelsea Ralla on January 31, 2021 12:24 pm
    Answered by the admin

    You could use either Tabletop Pro or Art Pro, however the final thickness will determine the flex. A lot of people feel 1/4" - 3/8" final thickness gives the flex resistance they need. 

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    Q Can you use art pro on stainless Steele tumblers and then sublimate on top of the epoxy?... Read more answer now
    Asked by Jennifer R. on January 22, 2021 7:49 pm
    Answered by the admin

    We've never personally done that but plenty of our customers have. 

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    Q Can you tell me maximum depth fir a pour with Art pro? I may have missed it!... Read more answer now
    Asked by Kim Allen on December 29, 2020 9:58 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Typically 1/4" but it depends on the volume and air temperature. In small volume applications ( 1-2 oz. or so) you can go deeper but you can risk causing an exothermic reaction where the epoxy begins to generation heat faster than it can dissipate causing it to overheat, crack, bubble and discolor. 

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    Q Does this product have a shelf life?... Read more answer now
    Asked by ZM on December 9, 2020 9:36 am
    Answered by the admin

    The shelf life of MAS epoxy resins and hardeners is at least one year in sealed containers, but the material can last much longer when stored between 60-90°F in a dry place.  The product should be stored indoors, on a raised surface off the floor and away from exterior walls.  Do not allow epoxy resins or hardeners to freeze during winter storage.  After use, tightly reseal all containers.  With age or when stored improperly, you may encounter issues such as crystallization of the epoxy resin or yellowing of the hardener.  If there is any doubt about the condition of old material, we recommend mixing a small amount in a disposable cup to ensure it hardens before using it for a project. 

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    Q Can this be poured in a two part mold... Read more answer now
    Asked by Josh warden on October 27, 2020 4:01 pm
    Answered by the admin

    It would depend on the size of the mold, Artpro isn't a casting resin so you would need to multiple shallow pours to reach the desired thickness. 

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    Q What type of mask do I need to wear when I work with Art Pro? Will a KN95 or surgical mask do?... Read more answer now
    Asked by Camille on September 17, 2020 11:42 pm
    Answered by the admin

    You can  work in a well ventilated space or wear a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) approved respirator equipped with an organic vapors cartridge. 

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    Q Is it safe to use the Art Pro Epoxy on cheeseboards?... Read more answer now
    Asked by Nataly K. on September 16, 2020 2:00 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Art Pro is fine for incidental food contact, like dropping and picking up, but we do not recommend using any epoxy on surfaces that will have direct continuous food contact. 

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    Q After the last sanding can you use polyurethane as the final finish coat?... Read more answer now
    Asked by Steve Caroenter on September 12, 2020 8:49 am
    Answered by the admin Hello! Yes, you can use polyurethane as the final finish coat after sanding. If the project is going outdoors we recommend using a high-quality marine grade spar varnish with UV protection or 2-part Urethane like Bristol Finish. Typically 4-6 coats will suffice. Although ArtPro has UV stabilizers, all epoxy resin will degrade in direct continuous exposure to sunlight. The urethanes will add additional protection and prolong the life of your project!
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    Q Could I use Art Pro to make drink coasters or would it be better to use Table Top?... Read more answer now
    Asked by Wendi Caillouet on September 4, 2020 8:40 am
    Answered by the admin

    We would recommend using Tabletop Pro which rated at 124F . Art Pro has a Heat Deflection Temperature of 110F which is fine for cold beverages but anything hot could leave an indentation ie. cup ring. If you do get heat indents from warm objects you can use a heat gun to warm the area and smooth out the dent. General rule of thumb with any brand of room temperature epoxy, if it is hot enough to burn you, it can leave and indent on the epoxy! 

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3 reviews for Art Pro Epoxy

  1. Hailey Nolin

    This is my go-to for my top coat finish! I love how I can take my time with it since it’s working time is extended, and I also love that is UV resistant! Highly recommend ArtPro if you’re a resin artist.

  2. Roberto Juan NieveCimaMontana

    Beauteous indeed! Enough working time to secure colorants’ designs, yet curing quickly enough so it can gently handle the small designed boards the next day. I have historically used it on my entire kitchen counter tops, and it is a beauty, but surely did not handle it until the topped flood coat and let that cure for a few days.

  3. Alexandra Slaine (verified owner)

    I love this stuff – its so easy to use and adds a perfect finishing touch to my pieces

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