SO-Strong Color Tints For Urethane Rubber, Plastic, and Foam.
SO-Strong liquid urethane colorants can be added to any Smooth-On liquid urethane rubber, urethane plastic or urethane foam (do not use with Smooth-On silicones). They can be used to create a variety of color effects for a wide range of material applications. For glowing fluorescent color effects, use Ignite colorants.
The NEW SO-Strong 9 pack gives you the opportunity to experience each color without spending a lot of money.
SO-Strong colorants are highly concentrated, offer excellent dispersion and consistent color. A very small amount will color a proportionally large amount of liquid urethane material. The more you add in proportion to the volume of liquid urethane, the more dramatic the color effect. Recommended loading range is .01% to 3% of total system weight. Do not overload the liquid urethane system or cure inhibition / oozing may occur. If this is your first time adding color to a urethane system, it is recommended that you test the color effect by adding a few drops to a small amount of material and observe the outcome.
Technical bulletin SO-Strong colorants
SO-Strong Color Chart
To get you started, we offer the following colorant loading levels. Results may vary.
By Weight Using A Gram Scale: Add SO-Strong colorant at a ratio of between 0.01% - 3% of the total weight (Parts A + B mixed) of the material being cast. Adding more than 3% by weight may cause cure inhibition.
By Volume Measured In Drops: Add 10 drops of SO Strong per 3 oz (88 ml) of mixed urethane material. If using a translucent material (like Smooth-Cast 325) you can use 1 drop to maintain translucency of the material.
Directions For Use: Store and use at 73 F / 23 C. Wear vinyl gloves to prevent skin contact. After dispensing the required amount of urethane material Parts A and B into measuring containers, add colorant to Part B and mix thoroughly. Combine Parts A and B into a mixing container and mix as directed by the urethane product technical bulletin.
Blending Colors: Combine different colors on a palette to create a custom color before adding to material as directed above.
The Pantone Color Matching System is most commonly used in the printing industry to communicate color. As it relates to Smooth-On color tints and pigments, the represented color is an approximation and people"s interpretation of these colors may vary. The user will determine suitability of a color or combination of colors for the rubber, resin, foam or other product used specifically for their application. Due to the variability in products that are being colored, application, color concentration and other factors, Smooth-On makes no warranty with regards to the color.