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putt23
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?

it was halftime. mont new nake da um mus nown der and nick nore munking nass


Paige
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
No clue how to remove whatever but that is really cool


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Sir Drinksalot
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
Are the bottle caps right on the wood?

Electric sander?


Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
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mont new nake da um mus nown der and nick nore munking nass




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Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
Yes the bottle caps are glued down to the table.


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putt23
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
by the way, that table and room are legit. I like that panoram pic I gave you on the wall. makes me feel special


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Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
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Typo. Fast acrylic. It is the best thing to clean or thin epoxy with.

shite I meant to type fast too and put fact.
Can I get that at lowes? What is it?


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Pectus
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
That's a little thick, don't you think?


Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
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That's a little thick, don't you think?

That's exactly what your wife said about my cock.

No, not too thick at all.


junkfunky
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That's a little thick, don't you think?



Some of us don't like our tables shaped like 12yo boys, Pectus.


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Pectus
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
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quote:
That's a little thick, don't you think?

That's exactly what your wife said about my cock.

No, not too thick at all.


You're comedic anbility is on a whole another level.


Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
No it's really not bad at all.


Pectus
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
Hey
quote:

Broham




Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
Bump


McKinneyttu97
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
I cannot help, but was it hard pouring it out? Did it have many bubbles? I have a sit ton of caps for a table lihe that.

????


Broham
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
No it wasn't. It had a lot of bubbles but if you use a torch or a hot blow gun the bubble come right out.


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tigerbutt
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
Use MEK Methyl Ethyl Ketone

I don't think the idea of a fast acrylic thinner is going to do the trick. Those are NOT typically used with epoxies. Many epoxies primariliy consist of Xylene and Isobutyl alcohol. MEK is probably the strongest solvent you can buy locally to remove anything.
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geauxturbo
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
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Tried a mr clean magic eraser? Not sure exactly what you are dealing with, but those things have blak magic in them.


I'm convinced there is nothing they can't clean. The inventor made a deal with the devil...I know it.


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CajunAlum Tiger Fan
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
Sweet!



Is there an epoxy that holds up outside and will not discolor over time?


glassman
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re: Anybody ever work with epoxy resin?
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Use MEK Methyl Ethyl Ketone


Good call. Works better than acetone on epoxies for sure.


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