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#1 posted 02-14-2018 12:17 AM

I was planning on putting a light layer of epoxy down, then setting the caps in, then finishing the pour.
- Nreese

They will float if you do it all in one shot… I’m guessing you want the epoxy to go over the top of the caps, and not have the tops exposed? Holes would probably work, but I think they would diminish the look somewhat and it would still be a bear to get all the air out completely to keep them from floating. If it were me, I’d put down a thin layer of epoxy, maybe half the height of the caps or less. Set the caps in place where you want them and then let the epoxy cure, which will lock them in place. If they still want to float, you could weigh them down with something on top. Once that’s done, then do your final pour. There are probably a bunch of better ideas, so hopefully others will chime in with theirs.

Cheers,
Brad

-- Brad in FL - In Dog I trust... everything else is questionable


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