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First time user, created a river table that i could probably sell for a lot! I am now a fan of this river table epoxy resin!

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I had a lot of questions since i never used epoxy before. They answered me so quickly and answered all of my question. I mean, a lot. I was writing to them 3 times a day and they where answering! Made a huge river table and it was sooo easy!

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River Table Q&A

Choosing the right wood for your epoxy table is essential. You can use almost any kind of wood, but it should be natural, seasoned, completely dry (12% less moisture), and as smooth as possible. Usually, a 2-inch thick wood slab should be enough.

You can find the required wood in a carpenter’s workshop, a timber dealer, hardware store or any DIY store and online, of course. When shopping for the wood, look for two wooden flat surface boards and ask the carpenter to cut the wooden planks from one side into a slightly curved shape to make it look like an edge of the river.