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Posted on Epoxy Resin for Corn Hole Boards

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Nreese

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#1 posted 02-14-2018 12:47 AM



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.

I was thinking about that, I was a little unsure about any prep work that needed to be done before pouring the final layer. But that sounds like a solid option, thanks!

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