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SFXC Diamond Series Holographic Pigments

£8.00
  • SFXC Diamond Series Holographic Pigments

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SFXC Diamond Series Holographic Pigments

£8.00
SFXC Diamond Series Holographic Pigments provide a stunning effect that will bring your application to a whole new level of "outstanding" .... Diamond Holographic Pigments have a thickness of just 6µm and a particle size of 35µm. Our multicolour holographic pigments can be used in conjunction with hundreds of innovative applications. One of the most recognised applications for holographic pigments is when they are used in the manufacturing of banknotes. The holographic pigments are used to create a hologram that makes it hard to forge banknotes. These pigments are now being used in hundreds of creative applications such as the manufacturing of premium nail varnishes, the automotive finishing of sports cars, celebrity fashion, interior design, high end screen printing, graphics and tons of other exciting applications with a multicoloured twist. The mixing ratio for this product is 1% to 99% of your chosen clear medium (base). Once you have mixed this product with a clear medium it can be applied on top of a base colour to give that colour a holographic effect. Please see the images within this product listing. For example: To achieve a silver holographic effect, please apply the mixed product to a chrome or silver base colour. Please consult the technical (TDS) and safety data (MSDS) before using any of our products. Please contact us if you have any further questions. We are always happy to help. Due to a very high demand, the lead time for this product is currently 5-8 working days. Please do not select our express courier option.

  • Outstandingly stunning effects
  • The versatility of this product means is can be used in conjunction with hundreds of innovative applications
  • Applications include: nail varnishes, cars, celebrity fashion, interior design, high end screen printing, graphics and many more
  • Diamond Holographic Pigments have a thickness of just 6µm and a particle size of 35µm.