DIY Bronze Metallic Epoxy for Beginners

Epoxy and color additives👉
Products used👇
Stone Coat Epoxy
Stone Coat Metallic Powder – Light Bronze
Stone Coat Metallic Powder – Dark Bronze
Stone Coat Chop Brush
Bernzomatic TS4000 Torch
Dewalt 20v Drill
Mixing Paddle
Mixing Bucket
Stone Coat Epoxy Undercoat – Black

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Easy DIY Bronze Metallic Epoxy for Beginners teaches the simple way to make epoxy countertops with Stone Coat Epoxy. We only used two metallic colors from Stone Coat, light and dark bronze to make this epoxy countertop. You can use Stone Coat Epoxy to go over old countertops, tables, and even old bathroom countertops. Use this epoxy technique to update your old kitchen or bathroom.
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20 Replies to “DIY Bronze Metallic Epoxy for Beginners”

  1. I can't help but think it's Yukon Cornelius showing us how to epoxy countertops.

  2. Would love to see a copper and blue patina using different techniques to get different outcomes on the same board.

  3. Looks GREAT! WOW!
    Mitch do you have any recommendations on how to use epoxy without getting ANY of it on yourself? I am extremely allergic to it but I LOVE working with it. I find I end up getting some of it on my skin either during the project or during cleanup and it’s a steroid pack for me to help with the itching rashes 🤦🏼‍♀️.

  4. Pro tip. Don't handle your heat gun or torch with epoxy on your gloves. The epoxy will stick the buttons together and it is a bugger to get them loose again.

  5. Could someone use Epoxy to help build a large-size wood stove for the outside?

  6. I'd like to see a black, pewter, and silver metallic chopped together to mimic a subtle soapstone

  7. Ive always felt, common sense wise that if you pour in part B first, it should be called part A LOL

  8. Hey, Mitch! You do amazing work and I’m inspired!! I’d love to see you mix aquamarine and purple reflective colors. 🧐🥳✌🏿

    P.S. Please wear a 😷 handling them chemicals. Your safety matters to us too!

  9. How do you make the light and dark bronze counter top on the far right background on this video? It looks like a piece of redwood- beautiful!!!

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