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Re: final epoxy coats
Posted by Howard on Mar 13, 2005
when they talk about tipping out bubbles in epoxy...its usually after you have rolled on the epoxy with a foam roller.
when you use a foam roller....it will typically leave little bubbles in the epoxy surface. you take a 2" foam brush and gently brush it over the rolled epoxy to knock down the bubbles and give a smooth surface. this is called "tipping" and the same technique is can also be used when you apply paint.
roll it to ensure a nice, thin, even coat. and "tip" it to make the surface smooth.
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