Daryl Stokes - April 2, 2019

I like it. It really is turning out nice. I have never worked with epoxy before and I have a project coming up. I’m building a shower basin for my DIY Camper. It will be 24″ x 30″ x 8″ deep. Just gonna use scrap plywood and epoxy it to water proof it. Your videos are helpful in that respect.

Hassium Quarterdeck - April 3, 2019

Wow, you’ve been really busy, it’s looking really good.
The droplets and the anti-pooling may be related. My brother works in car bodywork and silicone causes all kinds of problems with paints, even the smallest drop of a silicone cleaner/polish on a panel will make the paint go strange. So it’s possible the same goes for epoxy resin, so the anti-pooling could just be fingerprints when you had some silicone remnants on your fingers.
Could also be from the salamander as kerosene will displace paints etc.

davidew98 - April 4, 2019

Looks great! Only thing I’m confused about is how will the foam hold the tv up! Especially since it’s facing forward if you slam your brakes on I feel like it’ll rip right off!

    James Klafehn - April 4, 2019

    There is fiberglass on the back side and wood on the front. It’s strong.

Pete - April 5, 2019

Just a quick thought – to not have to leave your propane heater on all night to cure the epoxy, how about usimg a cheapie electric space heater? most people have one, and they are safe and have thermostats built in. thanks for the interestimg build vids.

    James Klafehn - April 5, 2019

    The garage is uninsulated. An electric heater wouldnt be able to keep up with the loss. If I only needed it inside the cabin of the camper it might be doable but not all the work I do is inside the camper.
    Ideally I should have a larger, insulated, garage. 🙂

Big Nick - April 6, 2019

looking good, I really feel the end product will be worth the hard effort.

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