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Thomas Fowler
Finishes

I am looking for the correct name or order name for a clear finish like the ones you find on bar counters that have a clear scheen or look of glass about 1/2 thick. Cann't fine anyone who knows what I'm talking about. I see it all the time on clocks and bar counters. Any help would greatlybe appreciated.

Re: Finishes

I did this a log time ago to make a clock. It is a two part resin . Make sure the surface is level because it pours on. You also stur carfully to mix it up so you get no air bubbles. If you get small ones you breath on those and they rise to the top.
One kind is called Mirror Coat it is very expensive.
www.mertons.com/Epoxy/epoxy_resins/mirror.html

Thomas Fowler
Re: Finishes
Ravens53 wrote:

I did this a log time ago to make a clock. It is a two part resin . Make sure the surface is level because it pours on. You also stur carfully to mix it up so you get no air bubbles. If you get small ones you breath on those and they rise to the top.
One kind is called Mirror Coat it is very expensive.
www.mertons.com/Epoxy/epoxy_resins/mirror.html

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP AND KNOWLEDGE OF SAME PRODUCT -- WILL FOREVER APPRECIATE IT --- THANKS AGAIN Thomas

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