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Old 02-09-2010, 09:27 AM   #1
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Epoxy bar top


I am planning to use epoxy on my bar top about 1/8" over oak ply. Is this thick enough? also can I use it on the oak bar rail and drink well edge as they are angled or vertical? Any info on this process would help as I've never done this before. Thanks

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You might check with the company you plan to get the epoxy from to see if they have some procedures you can download?

Just for fun, you might see if there is someone who does bartops and so forth for a living where you are. It might not be that expensive to just have someone turnkey this for you? If they botch the job they would have to fix it.

Not saying you cannot do it yourself by the way.

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