Pouring Resin & Cell Enhancer • Fusion™ Mineral Paint


Get creative with our Pouring Resin and design create beautiful, glossy art on canvas or wood. Our resin mixes seamlessly with Fusion – just add a few drops of your favourite shade, stir, then pour, tilt, settle, and voila!

Application Tool  Poured on
Location  Interior/Exterior
Re-coat Time  2-8 hours
Dry Time  2-8 hours
Top Coat  Not required. Can add any top coat desired for effect
Clean Up  Water
Coverage  25 sq.ft.
Finish/Sheen  Glossy
Recommended Uses  Creating acrylic pour art; clear glossy topcoat; can be mixed with paint to create custom colours. 
Can Be Applied To  Any Fusion Mineral Paint colour. Non-oil, no wax surfaces
Can Be Painted Over  Yes
How to Prep  Apply over any surface or top coat for desired effect except wax.
Cure Time  21 Days
Maintenance/ Cleaning  Mild soap and water



What do I use Pouring Resin for?

Our Pouring Resin is primarily for use in acrylic pours. If you don’t know what an acrylic pour is – check them out here on YouTube because there are endless techniques and looks you can obtain! Our Pouring Resin can also be used as a high gloss top coat.

How can I increase the colour cells in my acrylic pour?

If you’re looking to get larger cells, add a couple of drops of our Cell Enhancer to your resin/Fusion mix.

Can I mix this with Fusion Mineral Paint?

Definitely! Our paint is so pigmented that you really only need a couple of drops to pigment the Pouring Resin.

Can I use this over Fusion Mineral Paint?

Yep! It makes a great top coat, or you can use Fusion as a base for your acrylic pour.

Can I use Fusion Mineral Paint over this?

You can! It makes a really cool effect when you stencil over it, because the Pouring Resin is a high gloss finish and Fusion is matte.


Pouring Resin is an acrylic pouring medium for creating beautiful art on canvas or wood, dries with a glossy finish.Our Resin mixes seamlessly with Fusion to create beautiful and unique acrylic pours. Simply add a few drops of your desired paint colour into the pouring resin, stir, then pour, tilt and have the paint pour settle to a thin layer. Unleash your creativity! Want to enhance the look of your pours to the next level? Try adding our cell enhancer to increase the look of paint separation.

Stir Pouring Resin before using. Best used on a horizontal surface for best application, as Pouring Resin is self-levelling.

To add colour, add a couple of drops of any Fusion Mineral Paint to tint the Resin (no more than 10% paint ratio). You want to use very little paint so that products flows.

Tap the surface to settle air any bubbles.



1 Container will do several pieces of Canvas, or a medium size table top.


It can be used on canvas, furniture, or any surface that Fusion sticks to. It finishes to a very durable, glossy finish. You can even paint over top of it for a multi-dimensional look.

– Dries to a durable glossy finish

– Easy to use

– No topcoat needed

– Non-toxic


Can be used on its own as a finish or top coat over Fusion Mineral Paint for a high gloss finish.

Want to enhance the look of your pours to the next level? Try adding our cell enhancer to increase the look of paint separation.


Cell Enhancer

Looking to add a little bit of an extra effect for your Fusion acrylic pour art? Our Cell Enhancer is the product you need. It is made of a high-grade silicone oil that will enhance, enlarge, and increase the number of cells within your Pouring Resin art application. Simply add a couple of drops to each mixed colour, and let the Cell Enhancer do the rest.

Please note: you can not paint over a surface that includes Cell Enhancer.

If using Cell Enhancer, afterwards be sure to wipe those areas clean with a bit of rubbing alcohol to remove the shiny wet look.

  • Durable finish
  • Easy to use
  • No topcoat needed
  • Non-toxic




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There are 2 types of bubbles that could occur. 


1. Large surface bubbles are created from over mixing the medium/pouring.

2. Small bubbles that are almost under the surface (those are trickier and come from a chemicals reaction between the substrate or paints that are being used) 


To avoid bubbles, the best surfaces are birch or maple. Prime surface first with a layer of Fusion Paint. Don’t use MDF or other substrates with glues to avoid chemical reactions. A higher quality canvas or wood panel will help to avoid bubbles. 


You can use heat to help reduce bubbles, although it is imperative to do this with care. You do not want to burn the resin.


Don’t pour from too far above (which can cause bubbles to form as the resin hits the substrate)


Gentle mixing of colours into the Pouring Resin and then waiting for a couple hours before pouring to allow for bubbles to dissipate will also reduce bubbles.


Spreading the the Pouring Resin:  Is intended to be poured, brushing it on can create brush strokes and is not recommended. If you want to move the resin around, it is best to tilt the piece, but you can also use tools like a palette knife.


The pouring resin sticks well to aluminum!