So, I have been building my moulds and preparing everything. I have 3 sections in my kitchen, 2 of which are HUGE. They are cast in place. I see a lot of people using an orbital wet sander to finish the tops. I have to do this inside my home, unfortunately I can't do it outside. Can I sand the tops dry, using a sander with a filter on it to minimize dust? Just trying to find the cleanest way to do this....
Thanks in advance!
wet is cleaner, dry is dusty, kinda your choice
plastic and duck tape....me, wet!
Good call, I should just cover everything and wet sand... I don't plan on doing an aggressive sand so it shouldn't be too bad. Going for a tiny bit rustic, not a glassy finish.
you should have rubbed it after it dried, while it was still green....its easier that way
could have gotten a glass like finish on it
Anyone know of brands for cement sealers that are food safe? I only saw one at Home Depot and it wasn't food safe....
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