Mixing Supplies should be used to mix resin with resin additives when preparing for the lay-up process. Additives like catalyst and hardener are necessary in order for resins to work properly. Other additives, like fillers, pigment, and wax, are optional and chosen for the desired characteristics they bring to resin.

Before the lay-up process begins, mixing resin properly and thoroughly with any of these additives is a critical step. Be sure you select materials based on the amount and type of resin you intend to mix.

Click through the selections below to get the details and figure out which is best for your project.

Plastic Paint Stirrers for Urethanes

Plastic Paint Stirrers for Urethanes

Avoid Moisture when Mixing Urethanes

Jiffy Mixers

Jiffy Mixers

Thorough Mixing for Fillers and Pigments

Mixing Sticks & Paddles

Mixing Sticks & Paddles

Keep a Handful Around the Shop

Polypropylene Jars

Polypropylene Jars

Air-Tight Storage for Resins, Pigments, Gel Coat

Cups for Spray Guns

Cups for Spray Guns

Make Gel Coat Application and Clean-Up Easier

1 Pint Paper & Plastic Mixing Tubs

1 Pint Paper & Plastic Mixing Tubs

Convenient Mixing Cups for the Shop

Paper Tubs

Paper Tubs

Workshop Must-Have for All-Purpose Mixing

Plastic Buckets

Plastic Buckets

Stands Up to Resins, Thinners and Solvents

EZ Mix Containers

EZ Mix Containers

Mix 2-part Resins by Ratio in Same Container

Want to learn more about mixing resin? Take a look at helpful charts in our Learning Center, including our Catalyst Chart and our Viscosity Guidelines. While you're there, read our helpful white paper, About Resins for more insight.

You can place your order on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8:00am - 8:00pm EST Mon-Fri.

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