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What is Epoxy Resin Wood Tabletop and How is it Made?

Quite arguably, what makes our tabletop so spectacular is that we use the best of nature to create pieces that bring the outdoors in, with a touch of class that is one-of-a-kind. 

The way that we showcase our beautiful wood furniture is by using epoxy resin to tie it all together. It is the glue, literally, that binds our vision into a spectacular conversation piece for our customers. The best way for us to preserve the natural beauty of the live edge woods we use is by using an epoxy resin finish to attach our pieces together. And it also makes them sturdy and impervious to whatever life can throw at them.

We first start with hand-picked planks of the most majestic wood we can find. Then, we take our live wood edges and we remove the bark from the outside surface. Our technicians carefully chisel the bark, meticulously using a gentle hand to preserve as much of the live edge as possible. To ensure a polished and finished look, we both plane and sand the wood to make it as smooth and flawless as possible.

Some of our recent river table creations

Aftercare Contents

Maintenance tips
Here are a few tips:

Buffing instead of scrubbing- This material is quick to harden and creates a very tough table-top material; however extreme heat or excessive friction can cause the material to soften. This is why its important to be careful while cleaning this surface. When you are cleaning any food or drink stains off of this surface, use a soft towel.

The table top should only be buffed with mild speed/force. If there is any food stuck on it or if you notice that the stain is textured, gently scrub the epoxy resin using a soft bristle brush and remove the particle. Then finish by buffing that spot.

Using alcohol to clean is a no-no– You may have heard some people say that you should use rubbing alcohol in epoxy resin surface cleaning. The truth is that the method works only in case you want to actually take off any epoxy resin from any surface.

The item has to be submerged in rubbing alcohol for an entire day and this dissolves the resin to a certain extent. Cleaning the material is very different from removing it from any surface. Use simple soap and water is more than enough to get the exopy resin clean.

Cleaning discoloured epoxy resin – If you keep this material out in the harsh sunlight for extended periods of time without any shade protection at all, it will only get discoloured and turn into a brownish tan colour; soap and water will not suffice to get it cleaned. If you have white coloured epoxy resin tabletops, you can use laundry bleaching agents to clean it. Using straight bleach will soften the epoxy resin. Its best to use a bit of bleach on a cotton swab (you can also dilute the solution with water if you like) to gently scrub the area. You will see the discoloration lighten. You will have to follow the same process a few times, based on how badly discoloured the surface is.

Steam cleaning– Water and heat dont impact epoxy resin and most of the stain will be easily removable when water and heat is applied- they just loosen and you will be able to wipe the surface clean. There are a number of different pieces of steam cleaning equipment you can use to clean epoxy resin surfaces. Depending on the size of the surface to be cleaned, you can use the small ones that are used to remove wrinkles from clothes or even the larger ones that are used to steam clean floors.
Catch the stains before they set in
Regardless of the cleaning method used, the only way to ensure the epoxy resin table tops stay stain free and clean is to clean them regularly. Prevention is always better than cure and its the same in this case too; wipe drink spills and food particles off the surface before they set it.

It will add to the longevity of the surface and provide return on your investment.

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