Published at Friday, November 09th 2018. by Erin Mendoza in End Table.
Today, we're going to make some end tables to match our couch, we'll need for one hand 0. We have 4 22 4 for 17-inch squares and for 13 to support. Let's get building, so we finish wobbly, but I think we need one more so to make the concrete top we're using a melamine mold.
This is the same stuff they use to make cheap shelves with, and it leaves a perfectly smooth finish on the inside of the mold. We flip the tables upside down and put the mold strips around them, so it fits perfectly to the tabletop. We wanted to add a little bit of personality to one of the tables, so Chrissy cut out a stencil and we laid it in the mold backward. So it would read the right way when the concrete set we later filled it with epoxy. So no water stayed in the recesses.
Then we mixed up concrete vibrated it so that all the air pockets got out and let it cure for two days. Now the tables are ready for sanding lots of sanding and then we stained it with deck stain. We put a concrete finish on to give the concrete a smooth satin like a look. We then use some silicone to attach the concrete top to the end tables. We had a really good time. Building these end tables. I hope you enjoyed watching it with the baby, the dream, building a coffee table or a bigger calves neck. So we have a comment below about which one you advice is deeper.
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