View a Larger Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
View a Larger Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
View a Larger Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
View a Larger Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
  • View a Different Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
  • View a Different Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
  • View a Different Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz
  • View a Different Image of Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz

Easy Inlay

Crystal Calcite Inlay Material Coarse 3oz

Item 164474
Model 712038186112 
Out of Stock
  • Ships for Free
  • Crystal calcite is a versatile, natural mineral used to create many types of inlay. Calcite can be used as is or dyed to emulate a variety of luxurious gemstones, such as sapphire blue, amethyst purple, ruby red, and more. Other materials can be mixed in to enhance its appearance such...

    This product is currently unavailable for purchase.

    Details

    Crystal calcite is a versatile, natural mineral used to create many types of inlay. Calcite can be used as is or dyed to emulate a variety of luxurious gemstones, such as sapphire blue, amethyst purple, ruby red, and more. Other materials can be mixed in to enhance its appearance such as metal filings, Mother-of-Pearl Flake/Fine, or pearlescent pigments that add a shimmering translucent chatoyant effect. Simply fill a void with Crystal Calcite Inlay, and adhere using thin CA (cyanoacrylate adhesive).

    On the Mohs Hardness Scale, Calcite has a hardness of 3.0 and is easily sanded using silicon carbine (Carborundum) or aluminum oxide (corundum) sandpaper, which has a hardness of 9.0. It is durable and provides an excellent surface to polish and/or finish.

    Note: These products are made from nature, so there may be variations in color and minor impurities, which add to the overall natural aesthetic.

    Features:
    • Add beauty to defects
    • Create stunning inlay designs
    • Simple as fill, seal, sand, and apply finish
    • Can be dyed to emulate gemstones
    • Can be mixed with other materials

    Compare With

    Top of Page