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BF Deep Resin 2:1

BF DEEP Resin is formulated for casting in a mold up to 2” Thick at 20˚ C/68˚ F, ready to de-mould and work in 7 days with full hardness in 21 days. With active cooling thicker casting without distortion is possible.

BF DEEP features a long set-up time for bubble release or removal and a moderate exothermic reaction with reduced shrinkage. 

BF DEEP is ideal for combining with wood in casting “river tables”.

Prime or seal wood surfaces with BF COAT Resin to eliminate bubbles forming before pouring thick castings.

Sealing wood surfaces is not required if you are able to cool the resin as it cures.

For large pours, we recommend a room temperature of 15C°/59F°, in addition to fans blowing on the surface as the resin cures.

Formulated non-hazardous and non-toxic.

150L, 600L kit does not include free shipping due to the size of the containers.



Check Resin for Clarity before Mixing with Hardener.

The Resin component of your kit may turn milky or form crystals. This occurs much like honey crystallizes, this occurrence of milkiness crystals in no way affects the quality of the resin/ when warmed up will return to a clear liquid and so will the resin.

Put the container of Resin in a warm bath, (smaller containers can be warmed in the microwave for 2-3 minutes).

Slightly milky in colour - warm to 20-25°C (68-77°F) will clear the resin.

If larger crystals have formed then warm in a water bath to 45-50°C (115-125°F). This will restore clarity, you may be required to charge the water a few times to maintain the warmth, it will take around 30-40 minutes.

Do NOT exceed 70°C (160°F)
Higher temps will soften the container. Once the resin is clear, let it cool down to room temperature before mixing with Hardener.
If you have any questions please call 403-255-6044 Toll-Free 1-877-686-606

Customer Reviews

Based on 54 reviews
Brad Brown


james sutton
First pour

Did my first pour with BFDeep Resin and it turned out fabulous. Used BF metallic pigments to get a translucent finish and am waiting on a Flowyline base for this small coffee table. Did have an unexpected surprise from the UPS guy who wanted a check for over a $103.00 for import duty before he would leave the resin.Had question about getting the pour out of mold texted Dylan and Charlie he wrote back 5 minutes later. Great service would be cool if there was a way to get without the additional duty payment

Simon Gauthier

I’m really satisfied of the deep pour resin. I casting a 1-3/4’’ deep pour and I didn’t get so much bubbles. I have to tell you that I make a special project with a diorama with figures and cool stuff in it. I maked a first cast to seal the figures and the items around making the scenes and it’s at this step i got a couple of micro bubble. It’s probably cause I heated with a torche just a bit to much the resin. I casting all pour with a room with a temperature of 15 degres and it’s the best to get the best results. For sure I recommand them product for right now. I don’t know in the moment what’s gonna be UV protection time, but I think they made them product in consequences. I didn’t finished the final result at the moment but I even sharing it.


Best product by far. I have tried others epoxy in the past , black forest epoxy is by far the gives you longer work time allowing bubbles to rise and be torched with no bubbles left inside..I have referd a lot of friends to black forest for their epoxy needs..

Jonathan Dias
Great products

Great quality products that I would buy from again.