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Kelly

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#1 posted 10-28-2021 04:44 PM

All those large tables, above, were done via a combination of pouring and brushing.

In fact, it was over ten or fifteen years in I learned I “couldn’t do vertical surfaces” with it, but which I had been doing using the methods mentioned (I used to buy my 50-50 epoxy mix in five gallon drums).

My old step-side interior, including the dash, glove box cover, ashtray, stereo frame, shifter, console were all epoxy coated. That required working vertical surfaces too.


Epoxy usually doesn’t do well as brushed on. At least in my experience. It’s always a pour finish.
I do however inject it into small voids with a syringe

- Rwolinski



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