Urethane resins are so sensitive to moisture that the shelf life is very slim unless real precaution is taken.
The isocyanates in the yellowish component bond immdeiately with the slightest hint of water, that's the crust you get on the container lip and also what happens in your lungs and throat (if you've ever felt the tightness after mixing it).
Refrigeration makes zero difference, keeping it closed as tightly as possible and only opening it for the shortest period you can will prolong it. Smooth-On sells what they call a gas blanket, with is used to get an inert gas into the bottle and drive out the air.
I buy resin in large quantities and have kept it for extended periods be breaking it down from the gallon jugs into smaller units and keeping them in double sealed zip lock bags.
I measure out the MDI (the clear part), add color, etc. open the iso (yellowish part), measure, close the container, mix, pour, vacuum and while it's getting to 29inches, I seal the bags on the iso. That way there's little exposure and it lasts. After about a dozen pours, the bottom of the inner bag fills with a crust of moisture bonded sand.
I know someone who spilled a gallon the iso in his shop. He thought he cleaned it up, but the next day his aquarium had a plastic crust on the surfae and everything was dead.
The Isocynate is similiar to the one in CA glue, that's why you can accelerate it by exhaling on it. The moisture in your breath sets it up.