HOW TO REPAIR MY RIVER TABLE

Epoxy River Table Top Coat Damage

This one might be the most common issue. Whether it is scratches or holes, uneven cure, fish eyes, or dust and debris cured with the epoxy resin, do not be afraid. There is no cause for panic; follow our quick tutorial on restoring the damaged top coat of your epoxy resin river table.

Diagnosis

The first step is determining the problem so we can apply the solution. If there is an actual hole in your river table, you will need to patch it up with our DIY Epoxy River table and wait until it is fully cured. Afterward, if you have scratched, fish eyes, or any other imperfections on your river table, you will need to sand and recoat with your DIY Epoxy Countertop.

Accessories Required:

  • DIY Epoxy Countertop Kit
  • Protective equipment for your safety, gloves, protective eye gear and an apron to protect your clothing
  • Border for your casting mold, such as melamine board, corrugated plastic sheets
  • Tools to build the mold, drill, screws, tape, glue gun or caulking for sealing the mold
  • Sanding block, buffer/polisher
  • Solvent such as denatured alcohol to clean your wood slab and any items that will be in the epoxy river table
  • Brush to apply & scrapper for seal & top coat

STEP 1

Sand & Clean

STEP 2

Measure & Mix

STEP 3

Flood Coat

FINAL STEP

Buff & Finish