Rodger Marsh
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Glow in the dark epoxy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rodger Marsh Oct 11, 2008. 9 Replies

Countertop sealers

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At 8:04am on June 14, 2011, Jerry Sanders Sr - Native Stone said…

Roger come to the playday for Marco. Call me 206 seven seven nine 2093

Jerry Sanders SR

At 9:21pm on November 2, 2009, Kyle Baer said…
Rodger, That kitchen countertop looks great. I have a customer interested in a mottled copper look, similar to that.I've never worked with stain before. I would appreciate any advice.
Thanks
At 10:42am on January 12, 2009, Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome said…
Hey man, I see you have been on here, but you can't find the time to call me? What's up? Hollar at me and let me know what's going on.

T
At 8:41am on November 5, 2008, Ron - Natural Choice said…
Roger - do you have a model number for the Granger vibrators you are using?
At 11:39am on October 11, 2008, Buddy Rhodes said…
Hey Rodger,
Thanks for the help. Ball is sending me a roll of the scrim to try out. Have fun at the home show.
At 10:18am on October 8, 2008, Buddy Rhodes said…
Thanks for the skrim advise. I'll get a roll of the stuff and try it out. Also tI didn't know I could drill out the tip of the gun to push out the larger stones. Can you also spray the fibers with this expanded tip?
Regarding the Share Page on my site, it's still there under Show and Tell on the You Do It side.
At 12:31am on October 8, 2008, Jim Ralston said…
Rodger,

Yes and it wont be fun. Thin layers and dont get in a hurry and get it too thick too fast or the weight of the premix will fall or pull off.

Pinning the skrim outside of the mold and then putting the first premix thin layer on you then flip the skrim into the mold,roll,put 2nd thin layer of premix and so on.

Stapel the skrim outside of the mold helps the premix "hang"

Call me if this dosnt make sense, or even if it does :)
At 9:04pm on October 7, 2008, Buddy Rhodes said…
Hi Rodger- Did you ever try shooting my mix out of a hopper yet? I tried it but had to drop out the larger stones to get it through my gun but it worked great. Also the AR fibers in the backup mix gives it much more strength. How about a press surface about 1/4"-1/2" thick with a back up fiber mix?
At 12:41am on September 17, 2008, Jim Ralston said…
Next order i will send you a bag of vitro free.
At 4:00pm on September 12, 2008, Jim Ralston said…
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