CRB Pearl Metallic Powder Marbling Pigment

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Color: Aged Bronze
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CRB Pearl Metallic Powder Marbling Pigment

CRB Pearl Metallic Powder Marbling Pigment

Aged Bronze


Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

2133 Component Loop
Suite 1001
Oviedo FL 32765
United States

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Color Aged Bronze

CRB Pearl Metallic Powder Marbling Pigment

Product Details

CRB's all-new Powder Marbling Pigment will add some extra flair to your next marbling job. The PMRB series offers a range of pearlescent, 2-Tone and metallic colors that mix with any of your favorite epoxies for rich, vibrant color combinations. Can be combined with CRB standard liquid marbling pigments for additional color combos. This powder pigment is non-toxic. 3 grams per jar.

  • Non-toxic powder
  • Mix with your favorite rod finish
  • Can be mixed with other marbling pigments for additional effects
  • 3 grams per jar

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CA Proposition 65 Warning

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Theodore Williams (Huntington, TX, US)
Marbling pigment

I'm well satisfied with the CRB pigments they works real good on my rod blanks I recommend them to anyone that's in rod building to enhance their lok on their rod blanks


Great product


Great product

Ron (Massena, NY, US)
Outstanding product!

Great product once you figure out the right mixture of pigment and epoxy

Best so far

Wish I'd known about this stuff on my first rod builds , could have just mixed any color with the epoxy and finish the guide wraps and hide any mess up that clear coats would have shown. Plus you can just use different colors of pigment to make the wraps any color you want instead of using different color thread. However the thread color can make a difference in the final finish depending on how dark you mix the color. If I was to use a Brite pigment, it would be best to use a bright thread unless you want the overall color to be a dark shade then use a darker thread.

Great feedback Mike. We are glad the CRB marbling pigment worked out for you. Thanks for your business.
-Team Mud Hole.

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