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Kelly

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#1 posted 10-28-2021 04:27 AM

Maybe. SNORT

This is something I did about forty years ago, so. . . .

Seriously, I used to mix batches, pour them and spread them using epoxies that had five to ten minutes work time before the smoke would start.

ONE of the keys to success is, SEAL the wood with poly before starting. Otherwise, it will bleed air into the resin and you won’t be able to take it out with a torch, because it will just keep coming and coming and. . . .


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