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Here are a couple tables Ive built using a two part epoxy finish. That stuf is great for wet areas and seems to hold up well. If it is damaged a repour is all that is needed.
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#1 posted 12-05-2013 01:12 AM
Those are nice tables and chairs.
What brand of 2 part pour on did you use?
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#2 posted 12-05-2013 01:35 AM
I use Glaze Coat by famowood.
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#3 posted 12-05-2013 01:48 AM
Looks great ,a super table.
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#4 posted 12-05-2013 01:50 AM
-- Mother Nature created it, I just assemble it.
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#5 posted 12-05-2013 02:51 AM
That truly is a beautiful looking set. The finish is excellent.
-- Dave, Downers Grove, Il. -------- When you run out of ideas, start building your dreams.
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#6 posted 12-05-2013 03:52 AM
Absolutely love these. Great job. Welcome to LJ’s
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#7 posted 12-05-2013 04:16 AM
Really nice work. Rustic but quality! Well done.
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#8 posted 12-05-2013 09:53 AM
Well done on these beauty’s…. Very nice,,,, I really like the first one….
-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"
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#9 posted 12-05-2013 04:41 PM
Great work!! I love the design!!
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#10 posted 12-05-2013 07:17 PM
Those are cool. How do you control the drip edge underneath? I have been inspecting tables I find with epoxy tops. All but the mass produced ones have solidified drips just under the bottom edge.
#11 posted 12-05-2013 07:42 PM
Drips over the edge can be handled one of two ways. The first is to catch it about two hours after pouring with a straight edge. I use the plastic glue spreaders with three sides having different size teeth the fourth a straight edge. After that the second is to grind it off using a four inch grinder with an eighty grit paper. Then you can use a gloss water vanish on the underside to replace the shine.
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#12 posted 12-06-2013 02:39 PM
Wow, beautiful set! incredible work.
-- atta boy Clarence!
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#13 posted 12-10-2013 02:45 PM
Fantastic set of table and chairs! Like the design and look. The finish is flawless. Excellent job!
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