In recent times, the popularity of epoxy tables has grown tremendously. This concerns bar tops, kitchen worktops or tabletops that are finished with a hard, clear coat of epoxy. There are several ways to finish these tabletops or bar tops with high gloss epoxy. With this article, we want to show you the way to the right manual.
One option is to coat a wooden top with a thin coat of clear Epoxy Coating. This gives a nice glossy effect to the wood and protects the wood well against moisture and scratches, etc. This is one of the easiest methods to carry out and is not too expensive.
Want to make something really unique for your living room or in, say, a business space? Then make your own epoxy coffee table! In the manual, you will find step-by-step videos on how to easily do it yourself.
Are you creative and do you want to make a special table? Then pour objects such as coins, newspapers, Lego, sweets, etc. with epoxy resin (also called casting epoxy resin) in a wooden tabletop. Casting in objects gives a nice 3D effect. For a do-it-yourselfer, this is an easy job with the help of our comprehensive step-by-step guide.
Do you have beautiful authentic wood with nice grains or knots? Then protect the wood well by casting off the top with epoxy casting resin. If you do this using corner profiles as formwork, the wood will get a very unique "floating" effect. You can also fill the gaps, for example, with Glow in the Dark Epoxy, for example, for an even more unique effect. This method is also good to perform if the surface is not flat. This occurs with rough wood or if the boards used are not the same thickness.
Pimping a side table with epoxy? This tutorial makes it easy to do, even for the do-it-yourselfer who doesn't have much experience. Mariska from CreaChick explains it to you step by step in a video.
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