*DUE TO HIGH SHIPPING RATES AND RISK OF BOX BREAKAGE FOR ITEMS WEIGHING 50 LBS AND ABOVE, WE STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU PICK UP THIS PRODUCT IN ONE OF OUR STORES. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO YOUR BOX(ES) DURING SHIPPING.
When you think of mica, you might think of clear, glassy flakes of mineral, and that's exactly what mica is. Historically, mica has been used as sight glass material for furnaces because of its heat resistant properties and clarity mica today is used as a base for the luster pigments we sell and we offer the raw material here as a filler for various kinds of resins and polymer emulsions. Even in its microscopic form, mica retains the platelet qualities of the larger material and will act not only as a thixotrope in resin, but will also reinforce these materials.