Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Triad, NC (from the PNW)
Looks great! I've done a few epoxy river tables and such myself. I like how the mica powders develop these neat "boils" and such, really adds to the uniqueness of these projects.
I have been using an epoxy called Liquid Diamonds with great results, can do pours up to like 8" I think they told me. I've found with these deep epoxy pours...while it's very tempting to do a deep pour the first time...if you can restrain yourself from doing so, a shallow pour first seals the bottom. Then subsequent pours can be done without the risk of losing so much to leaks, as it always seems to leak, even a little, no matter how careful you are with sealing it up. I have never been able to do a single pour on these types, occasionally two but usually three.
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