Clear cast resin is a type of two-part liquid polymer that is used to create a clear, glossy, and durable finish on a variety of surfaces. It is often used for applications such as jewelry making, sculpture casting, and model making. The resin is typically made from a mixture of epoxy or polyester resin and a hardener, which causes the mixture to cure and harden into a solid material. Clear cast resin is known for its clarity and ability to preserve and magnify the appearance of embedded objects, such as flowers or shells. It can also be tinted or colored with pigments to create unique designs and effects. Clear cast resin is often poured into molds or onto surfaces and allowed to cure for several hours or days, depending on the thickness and size of the application. It is important to use clear cast resin in a well-ventilated area and with proper protective equipment, as it can release harmful fumes during the curing process.