Epoxy resin projects seem to all the rage lately, and I must admit they are pretty satisfying to build. If you aren’t ready to commit to a large-scale river table, consider a river board or coasters. These small projects serve as a great introduction to the world of epoxy. I like to make river boards about 20” long x 10” wide and about an inch thick. Sometimes the live edge boards you have available will dictate the size of the project.
Now that you’ve read Part 1 of this article, you hopefully have a good appreciation and understanding of seal coats & primers and have been introduced to colorants. In this second of the 2-part article on finishes I’ll pick up where we left off on stains. Oh, and for those of you who haven’t yet read Part 1, I’d suggest you do so before tackling this one.