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Timelapse of a 2" river table pour with WiseBond DEEP POUR Epoxy, "Fool's Gold" Mica Powder Colorant. Full-length, unedited 5k timelapse video covering about 18 hours of curing time.
Easy to use with beautiful results!
Pouring a 2-tone river table with a split river in one solid pour. We poured a 1/8" thick strip of DEEP POUR epoxy colored with the same mica powder as one half of the table. We then formed it into the shape we wanted and let it fully cure. Once that was done, the strip was sealed into the center of the river with our Quick Set Seal and we mixed and poured each side and let it cure. The table was then planed, sanded and topped with our Bar & Table Top Epoxy.
Here's an IPE wood slab River Table we just finished using our Deep Pour™ Epoxy and WiseColor™ Premium Epoxy Colorants. This table was HUGE! requiring six simultaneous pours at once, with three people pouring on each side to create the stunning Purple to Red and Red to Purple color transitions in the rivers. We then finished it off with a Rubio®Monocoat Oil finish.
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