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How to Make a Penny Countertop p3

Penny counter top

The resin curing process slows down below 70 degrees. It ended up taking a few hours to harden which forced me to stay in this parking lot overnight.

Penny counter top

 

Sink still fits

Penny counter top

 

Penny countertop in place. The edge needs to be sanded.

Penny counter top

 

Close up of the surface.

Penny counter top

 

I sanded the edge with a belt sander.

Penny counter top

 

Polyurethane the underside of the countertop to prevent the wood absorbing moisture.

Penny counter top

 

Simple backsplash cut from sanded plywood. Then 3 coats of polyurethane.

Penny counter top

 

Counter installed with the wood edge painted black. Eventually, I will epoxy cut up pennies to this edge.

School bus conversion penny counter top

School bus conversion penny counter top

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