Sanding epoxy coat on live edge


paul shelgren
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Ripples are a common problem when working with epoxy. You can sand it, but you should be in a well-ventilated area and/or wear a mask when you do it. I use a lot of liquidglassepoxyresin.com and I've discovered that if I apply a very thin seal coat on bare wood it helps me to avoid ripples so that I do not have to work so hard at sanding/repairing. I brush on the first coat with a foam brush, let it cure for several hours to get firm, and then I pour the self-leveling flood coat. 

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