|Forum topic by Dave Witkus||posted 470 days ago||691 views||0 times favorited||10 replies|
470 days ago
I have experimented with an old coffee table that I want to glue small Koa pieces to the the top of the table in a mosaic pattern. As you might know, most mosaic is done in tile and cement type grouts are used to fill the spaces between the small pieces that make up the design. But I’m using wood on wood and bathroom grout is not the desired material.
Is there a substance that can be spread out over the entire surface of the mosaic to fill all the spaces in between that does not shrink as badly as glue does. I also prefer it black so tintable epoxy was suggested but epoxy shrinks and is expensive. Any one know of something that will not shrink to use as grout?
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