Repair Your River Table!

Epoxy Resin Detached From Wood Slab

This might look like it is the end of life for this unfortunate river table. Luckily we are there; follow our quick and easy river table repair instructions to get your table back on its leg!

Diagnosis

Determinating the root cause of the issue is the first in restoring your epoxy river table. This step is crucial to ensure the problem is not repeated. There are only a few causes why the resin would detach from the wood slab; we will go over the main ones:

Accessories Required:

  • DIY Epoxy River Table & 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

Bark on Wood Slab

Removing the bark is one essential step in building your river table. It can detach itself from the slab breaking your epoxy river table.

Seal Coat Cured Without Sanding

Sealing the wood before pouring is an essential step if you wish to ensure no bubble escapes in your resin. However, You can wait only a few hours while the seal coat is still tacky for the pour. If the seal coat has completely cured, you will need to sand it, ensuring the pour adheres to it. If the seal coat is left cured and not sanded, the pour coat will not adhere to the seal coat properly due to its smooth surface.

Cheap River Table Epoxy Resin

Sometimes the issue is not in the process of making the river table. We always want to find the best deal, it is normal. But going cheap with river table epoxy resin might cost you a lot more in time and wood. Sometimes it is not even cheaper, but just young inexperienced manufacturers, trying to keep up with the epoxy resin technologies. To save you a world of trouble, stick with us!

Step 1

Sand & Clean

Step 2

Seal

Step 3

Under Pour Stage

Step 4

Pour Stage

Final Step

Top Coat Stage

Enjoy Your Epoxy Resin River Table!

With these easy steps, your epoxy table has just been revived! Whether your epoxy resin river table was completely broken, severed in two, or just one side of epoxy was detached from your wood slab, you now have a new epoxy river table!