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#1 posted 02-14-2018 09:49 PM

Thanks to all for the responses so far. 1. The table will not be outdoors. 2. The wood will be walnut. 3. The legs will be wood, but are not intended for contact with a concrete surface. 4. I very much agree there must be a barrier between the wood and concrete. What I am looking for is whether there is a product that can be brushed onto the wood (A friend recommended Geocel 2310 or a good Silicone caulk carefully covering all wood areas where it would be exposed to concrete. 5. The concrete will be no more than 1/3 of the overall table surface. 6. The thickness of the concrete will be 2” and reinforced with glass fiber. 7. The concrete will be in the center of the table with live edge wood slabs facing out on either side. 8. The concrete and walnut will be stabilized using 1/2” threaded rod held in place by epoxy on the wood and with the concrete forming over the threads as it is poured & sets.


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