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How to Pour Epoxy to Make a River Table

In Episode 8 of "From Forest to Furnishings", you'll learn how the pouring process is performed for epoxy resin river tables by Chagrin Valley Custom Furniture. It starts with selecting the epoxy resin colors for your table. Then the two live edge tabletop halves are laid out and sealed in preparation for the pour. The epoxy is mixed with tinted resin then poured into the riverbed. Sometimes up to six pours/drying cycles are need to achieve a smooth river with no bubbles and the appearance of "depth".

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