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Rosin and its chemical derivatives are used chiefly to make soaps, varnishes, sealing wax, printing inks, driers, sizes for paper, adhesives, binders, soldering fluxes, gloss oils for paints, and pitch for casks.


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Rosin is a translucent amber-colored to almost black brittle friable resin that is obtained from the oleoresin or deadwood of pine trees or from tall oil and used especially in making varnish.

Formula: C15H20O6


  1. Soaps
  2. Varnishes
  3. Sealing Wax
  4. Printing Inks
  5. Driers
  6. Sizes for Paper
  7. Adhesives
  8. Binders
  9. Soldering Fluxes
  10. Gloss Oils for Paints
  11. Pitch for Casks.
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Rosin is an ingredient in printing inks, photocopying and laser printing paper, varnishes, adhesives (glues), soap, paper sizing, soda, soldering fluxes, and sealing wax. Rosin can be used as a glazing agent in medicines and chewing gum.


Pine sap is indeed the key ingredient in violin rosin, and it is derived from pines grown for paper pulp on big southern plantations. A mash of pulverized trees and liquid is heated in giant “digesters” that separate the wood fibers from byproducts rich in aromatic compounds known as oleoresins.


How long is rosin good for?

Generally, a block of rosin will last for anywhere between six months and two years.

What rosin smells like?

It smells a bit like pine and has a glassy, orange look. It also has a very brittle texture, which means that as soon as you accidentally drop it onto a hard floor, it can shatter like glass (the bugbear of every clumsy string player).

Are there different types of rosin?

Rosin typically comes in two main varieties: light rosin and dark rosin. Medium-hued rosins are also available. Some rosin makers get very experimental with their formulas and have two different types of rosin in one cake.

How should I store my rosin?

Store your rosin directly inside a glass jar that has a lid with an air-tight seal. Although the rosin will stick to the glass more than it does to silicone, with glass there is no chemical reaction to take place between the compounds in your rosin and the material of the container.


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Weight 16 kg


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