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Hey all,

This is my first real project and I decided to use a pour-on epoxy to seal certain items (pictures, sand, fishing gear like hooks and swivels) on a table I just completed. It's a birch table top that I stained. I've been reading the instructions on Envirotex's website about a seal coat, but I was wondering if I could use Min-Wax's fast dry polyurethane to act as a seal coat.

I just ordered the Envirotex epoxy so it'll be about a week before it gets here. I'm anxious so I'm thinking I might be able to get a head start by having the seal coat completed using the polyurethane, but I wasn't sure if this was a good idea and I should just be patient and wait to use a small amount of the Envirotex to act as a sealer.

Regarding the pictures, it seems that they have to be sealed as well. Is this something that a thin coat of polyurethane can handle prior to pouring on the epoxy, or should I purchase a spray sealer for it?

Thanks all. :thumbsup:
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