I have poured a 2ft. by 8 ft bar top that had been sanded smooth. Seal coa
t done and first pour done with a few imperfections. No bubbles just not 1
00%smooth on sides and ends. I did second coat and did in two pours a few
minutes apart with about 12 minutes between pours. I pored around outside
for overflow then finished middle. I now have multiple waves on top and run
markes on sides. What can I do to fix this? Should I take sander and rele
vel epoxy to perfect smooth with sanding marks of course? Please advise??
On 4/28/2019 12:30 PM, email@example.com wrote:
How thick is your coat?
Be tough by hand; my "trick" when I was doing stuff semi-commercially
was to run the piece through the thickness sander with fine grit to get
the smooth top...then you just polish.
Requires sufficient material to be able to take the high points off and
not go thru the low -- and, of course, ensuring don't start with taking
too much the first pass... :)
On something that size by hand???? Ewwww....maybe the idea of the wide
plank router-planing jig but with sander in lieu of the router _might_
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