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#1 posted 02-07-2018 06:16 AM

i would if I could but I don t drink coffee at home. maybe can con the waitress out of some
- Karda

It doesn’t have to be used… I just hate wasting good coffee :)

You can color epoxy with just about anything. Chalk works well and can be had in a ton of different colors. Sawdust works as well, and will be darker than original. Metal shavings, crushed rock, various spices found in your cabinet, talcum powder, graphite (from pencil shavings), many paints, inks and dyes, shredded fabrics, aluminum foil, etc… just use your imagination and if unsure, test a small sample first.


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