Famowood Glaze Coat Question???

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Forum topic by TaylorML posted 10-14-2013 10:55 AM 1398 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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10-14-2013 10:55 AM

Topic tags/keywords: famowood glaze coat door tabletop question finishing arts and crafts

I have been working on a project that my wife found on pinterest and I decided to use Famowood’s glaze coat to give the table I am building a bar top look. However, the table top is an old door that has some low spots/door slabs/panels due to the design of the door. So, my question is… will the glaze coat once poured fill in the low spots from the door design but still self level so that the whole table is flat? This is my goal and reason for using the glaze coat to make to whole thing flat.

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#1 posted 11-12-2013 12:31 AM

I would think that a liquid would self level to some degree. How thick is the glaze coat? You may have to vibrate the surface to get it to flow well enough to self level. You may want to check out the bar top epoxies which are designed for this kind of application and may be more robust than a glaze goat.

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