How Epoxy tables are made

To make epoxy tables, start by selecting a piece of wood for the tabletop. Ensure the wood has a smooth surface and is free from any cracks or imperfections. Next, prepare the wood by sanding it down to remove any roughness. This will help the epoxy adhere properly. Once the wood is prepared, create a dam around the edges of the tabletop using silicone or hot glue. This will contain the epoxy and prevent it from spilling over. Mix the epoxy according to the manufacturer's instructions, making sure to wear protective gloves and eyewear. Pour the epoxy onto the tabletop, spreading it evenly with a spatula or brush. If desired, add pigments or dyes to create unique patterns or colors. Allow the epoxy to cure for the recommended time, usually 24 to 48 hours. Once cured, remove the dam and sand down any rough edges or excess epoxy. Finally, apply a protective finish to the tabletop for durability and shine. Enjoy your beautiful epoxy table!