- Jul 16, 2017
- Reaction score
- Zone 6B or 7 can't decide
Check out WiseBond Deep Pour or one of the many knock offs. Basically it's a clear 2 part epoxy resin that's pourable and self leveling.I opened this, expecting to see what work of art you are working on now. Sigh…..
But now that I’m here, I got a question. If I were to build a kitchen countertop of wood, what would I use to seal, finish and protect it? Would a resin work?
If I were to make my own flooring, using different size rounds, same question. Would mortar between rounds be ok and what kind?
A wood cookie floor that's so cool. I would go a minimum of 2" thick cookies so you have plenty to sand before running out. I would also think about the same finish for the floor. But I would also call WiseBond and get someone on the phone who knows more than I do.
I once did a record album floor with bartop finish. It also is a two part epoxy but it was before the deep pour epoxies came out in the mainstream.
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