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Posts Tagged ‘epoxy’

The All Time Best Way To Make a Urethane Foam Sculpture

November 5, 2018

I previously posted an interview (https://www.aeromarineproducts.com/frank-holder-artist-sculptor-of-foam/ ) with Mr Frank Holder of Greensboro, North Carolina about his innovative urethane foam sculpture technique, bending partially cured foam and shaping it to form beautiful organically shaped sculptures. After lots of Q&A about his process (he’s a very patient man, thanks Frank), I produced a Frank Holder-like foam sculpture. […]

Winterizing your pebble paving

October 18, 2018

WINTERIZING PEBBLE PAVING.  YES, IT IS A THING! Read on . . . Brrr!  It is downright chilly here in San Diego, a frosty 55 degrees at night. (Yes, we know that we get no sympathy from the rest of the country for our mild coastal climate.  We are okay with that.)  Onto the real […]

Choosing the Right Epoxy for my Counter Top

October 3, 2018

GLEAMING, GORGEOUS, DURABLE EPOXY COUNTERTOP!   Oh Yeah! DCF 1.0 We want to solve your sticky situation. Which epoxy is the right one for my counter top? Oh, those gleaming, mirror-like epoxy coated countertops!  Perfectly covering a countertop made of gorgeous wood, modern metal, contemporary concrete or a super-cool bottle cap collage of your cousin’s cat.  […]

Deadwood Revival Design Giving Sustainably Harvested Trees New Life

May 24, 2018

Deadwood Revival Design’s workshop Deadwood Revival Design is custom wood furniture company located in San Luis Obispo, CA, focused on craftsmanship and sustainability. They make beautiful, heirloom quality furniture from wood that has been harvested locally because of disease, structural instability, insects and fire damage, and drought. Because Deadwood Revival creates their amazing furniture from […]

Epoxy Comic Book Tabletop

April 6, 2018

We have received lots of phone calls from people wanting to use old comic books and epoxy to make comic tabletops, bar tops, and floors. Wherever the installation, the basic steps are the same. In this post, I’ll show you how to make a small tabletop decorated with comics and epoxy. Materials needed: Wood tabletop […]

The Bloopers Blog

March 1, 2018

I’ve done a lot of projects in the last 7 years I’ve worked here. Which means I’ve messed up a lot of times as well. In this blog post, I’ll go over some mistakes I’ve made and how you can avoid them. General Bloopers: The most common problem I had when I first started was […]

Polyester Resin Vs. Epoxy Resin

January 24, 2018

 Epoxy resin makes a strong and durable tabletop. We frequently get asked about the difference between epoxy resin and polyester resin. Often, people say “resin” without specifying which resin. It all depends on what your project is as to whether you would choose epoxy resin or polyester resin. Here’s a quick breakdown on the differences […]

Epoxy and Wood Star Holiday Decoration

January 8, 2018

Epoxy can help make wooden decorations last a long time. For this project, I will be painting and decorating a large plain wooden star that I found at a local craft store and then sealing it with epoxy. This application process can be used with any size and shape wood decoration. Make sure to use […]

Penny Tabletop with Epoxy

September 7, 2017

For this project, we are taking an old side table and refinishing it with pennies and epoxy. Penny epoxy counter tops, table tops, and floors are a popular project that we get asked about frequently. This post will walk you through doing a penny epoxy table top over wood. If you have any questions about […]

Trouble Shooting-Common Problems with Silicone, Latex, Urethane, Epoxy

March 23, 2017

Sometimes, when working with new materials or working familiar materials in a new way, you run into issues. We previously wrote a post about common problems with curing, https://www.aeromarineproducts.com/curing-issues-trouble-shooting/   This post will focus on issues that might have a curing component (soft spots, sticky areas, etc.), but mostly on problems with the materials acting in unexpected […]

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