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Posted on using Epoxy to fill in cracks and holes for Juniper coffee table

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Aaron Taylor

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#1 posted 1043 days ago

Larry,

Tape wax paper to where you need to keep the epoxy in. I have used it many times and it is wonderful to work with. You might have some come out but if you make your paper extra large over the area and then tape all around it should hold just fine. I usually use a clear packing tape to to the edges of the paper. Also if you aren’t using it; a faster setting epoxy will help it from running too far. The down side to that is you have to keep mixing up epoxy if you have lots of holes and cracks.

Hope this helps.

Aaron

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