I've got a good bunch of black limba that I plan on turning into a
cabinet top. It's nicely figured, including some worm-holes that add
a certain character to it. My question is, what to fill the holes
with? I'd like them to still show, just not be able to drop little
crumbs & such into them. Lots of layers of poly, maybe? I'm
concerned about it not drying, though.
Yeah, norm had an episode on this. He had to buy the epoxy clear and
add a black powder. It looked like it all came from epoxy heads,
including the powder. And I think the powder is available in all sorts
He mixed up the powder, resin, and hardener all at once and pourded it
into the cracks and voids in the mesquite. Sand it down after drying I
guess, I'd worry about planer knives. It looked great.
For something as small as a worm hole, you may have to inject it if
it's too thick.
lol toner sets up in the presence of heat. I wonder if that has any
effect on the process. You could mix varying degrees of the three
magic colors of laser toner and get any color you want. I've thought
about making tile table tops using this instead of grout.
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