Pint Dark Blue Pigment Concentrate
Add pigment to resin as needed to get the desired color and opacity.
Opacity depends on the pigment color and solids loading as well as the laminate or coating thickness. Generally opacity begins to develop around 3% in thin coatings (around .006"), but may require significantly more than 3% depending on substrate and solids content in pigment.
Blue tends to require more pigment loading to reach opacity, can be used with white pigment for pastels or medium blues, can be used in very small amounts for transparent tints.