Sugar Pine Rustic Harvest Table

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Project by TreeBones posted 06-23-2007 06:00 PM 8496 views 6 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is a 2-1/8” thick live edge table with an envirotex finish for our dining room. I made benches to match but photos are not here. It has some nice color near the sap wood. The benches don’t have the darker colors and I used a satin finish for them.

-- Ron, Twain Harte, Ca. Portable on site Sawmill Service

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#1 posted 06-23-2007 06:30 PM

Man what a shine! That’s a great looking table. If you get a chance, can we see the underside? I’d like to see the massive frame that goes with those legs. ;^D

-- Jesus is Lord!

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#2 posted 06-23-2007 06:42 PM

Your pine table is pretty nice. I’ve never heard of an Envirotex finish…fill me in a bit please.

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#3 posted 06-23-2007 06:43 PM

amazing…is that one board??? I would love a desktop like that…very nice…

-- Matt--Proud LJ since 2007

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#4 posted 06-23-2007 07:16 PM

That’s beautiful! That finish, pops! Amazing! I’d like some info on the finish if you get the time.

-- You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation. (Plato)

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#5 posted 06-23-2007 07:38 PM

Congratulations Ron, thats a beauty, with a excellent finsh.

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#6 posted 06-23-2007 07:58 PM

Great looking table. It looks like one board to me.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Appomattox Virginia [email protected]

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#7 posted 06-23-2007 09:43 PM

This table is three boards joined together. Envirotex is a two part polymer that you mix together for one minute and then pour it on and spread it out on a level surface. You have about a three to five minutes working time to spread it out and it is self leveling. It is a one step process that leaves about 1/8” thick high gloss finish and dries over night. Just don’t let bugs or dust get on it.

-- Ron, Twain Harte, Ca. Portable on site Sawmill Service

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#8 posted 06-24-2007 01:54 AM

Very nice…great job on the top.

-- Bob

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#9 posted 06-24-2007 02:09 AM

Very nice table Ron. The wood and the finish are excellent.

-- Greg Mitchell--Lowell, [email protected]

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#10 posted 06-24-2007 02:39 AM

oooooooooooooooh yah…........... LOVE IT

-- ~ Debbie, Canada (, Young Living Wellness )

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#11 posted 06-24-2007 03:07 AM

That finish is great ! I have a clock in the works right now and you have just helped me decide how to finish it.That is one nice table you have there. Keep up the good work.

-- F.Little

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#12 posted 06-24-2007 11:56 PM

That is one good looking table!!!!!! Be very proud of it. I could see my reflection through the computer.

-- Charlie, Connecticut

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#13 posted 06-25-2007 06:14 AM

Thats the same product I used on the burl clock and burl backing for the deer rack I posted. I just could’nt remember the name. It is really neat stuff. It would put a shine on a cow pie. jockmike

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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