Free Resin Bonded Samples

Try before you buy with our selection of resin bonded samples … and what’s more they’re free, just simply pay the shipping!

Simply browse our range and then add your favourites to your basket, but beware, you can only order a maximum of 5 per order!

Resin Bound Trade Kits

DecraSet UVR Resin Bound Trade Kit

Decra®Set resin bound surfacing is a fantastic modern alternative to more traditional surfacing options. Our trade kits provide the gravel as well as the resin and are available in a huge variety of colours that provides installers and DIY enthusiasts with ultimate selection to match any project.

The UV stable resin components protect against sunlight discolouration, which makes it the perfect choice for lighter aggregate blends.

Resin bound surfacing is an extremely durable, fully porous and a contemporary surfacing system that is compliant with Sustainable Urban Drainage Scheme (SUDS) requirements.

At RSD you can choose your aggregate colour from our available range, or get creative and blend your own bespoke mix. Alternatively, we can confidently colour match any sample you may have from a competitor company.

Decra®Set is specifically designed for laying driveways, patios, footpaths, and other areas of hard landscaping, to include vehicle trafficked and parking areas.

Each pack contains:

  • • 1 Part A UVR/Extra Strength Resin Component
  • • 1 Part B UVR/Extra Stretch Resin Component
  • • 4 x 25kg bags of specialist washed & dried aggregate
  • • Complimentary application guides and tutorial videos available
  • • Expert technical advice and support at the end of the phone.

For more competitive trade prices, take a look at our Super 6 Range.

If you’re not sure how many kits you should order, use our resin bound calculator to help.

Advice from Resin Sales Direct


  • Forced Action mixer
  • VA5 Catalyst
  • Flat headed squeegee
  • High torque drill with helical whisk attachment
  • Floor trowel
  • Wheel barrow
  • Fine crushed glass
  • Polythene to protect floor and line your wheelbarrow
  • Masking tape
  • White spirits & cloths
  • Tape measure/timber batons for depth gauge
  • Disposable gloves

Good to Know

Check project dimensions before starting to ensure you have enough material to complete your project. We recommend a 10% contingency.

Cooler weather increases product curing time. In colder temperatures, VA5 Catalyst should be added to the resin mix to stabilise curing.

Scatter surfacing with fine glass/sand particles to increase slip-resistance.

Do not lay in wet weather or temperatures below 5 degrees centigrade.

Resin Bound Training

Welcome to our professional resin bound training from Resin Sales Direct!

With more than 30 years’ experience in the specialist surfacing industry, RSD is committed to sharing our extensive experience with others in order to promote the very highest standards of professionalism in resin bound and bonded surfacing installation.

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Expert Resin Bound Installation Training

Our training courses are run by experienced industry professionals who are able to answer all the practical and theory-based questions which you may have.

As one of the most comprehensive courses available, this one day course has been designed to be practical, informative and hands-on.

Typically run in groups of 5 – 12, questions are actively encouraged and you will have the opportunity to try out some of the techniques you have learned.

You will learn

  • Resin Bound Systems Overview
  • Different bases that Resin Bound can be laid on
  • Advantages of Resin Bound and Bonded surfacing
  • How resin bound systems work
  • Resin bound external – Specification and base build-up
  • Ratios of Resin and Aggregate and Application theory
  • Resin specification and recommendation – UV or Non UV
  • Essential equipment to be used for resin installation
  • How to mix the resin and resin products
  • Preparation of the site including Health and Safety and wearing the right PPE
  • Installation process – mixing, luting, trowelling
  • Site clean down
  • What could go wrong? Including troubleshooting, temperature fluctuations and weather interruptions
  • Practical demonstration of trowelling. – Your chance to practice what you have learned under our guidance