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Old 05-09-2013, 05:53 PM   #91
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Oh and Loose Cannon and 60 minute. My two go-to IPAs.


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Old 05-09-2013, 11:52 PM   #92
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Oh and Loose Cannon and 60 minute. My two go-to IPAs.
Yeah, I enjoy them both. Occasionally you just need an IPA!


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Old 05-09-2013, 11:59 PM   #93
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damn! do want!
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Yet more issues.

My contractors guys outdone the epoxy but it is cloudy. I am at a loss. They swear they followed all of the directions. Has anyone had an issue like this?
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What brand?
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It was from Color Copper. I called them today and they had the owner call me back, after he had already left for the day. He explained that it was because the epoxy was not mixed, and poured, in a room that was at least 75F. He was extremely helpful and when he heard how much copper I was having coated, offered me a very significant discount on replacing my entire order. Of course the contractor will be paying him, not me, but it was a very nice gesture either way. It is either replace everything or take all the time and labor to sand it almost all the way down to the copper and repour the epoxy. It will probably be cheaper to replace it all.
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wow... sorry to hear!
so apparently they didn't follow the instructions?
How did you apply the copper? is there anyway to rip it up and flip it upside down and use the bottom side of the copper?
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Old 05-18-2013, 02:49 AM   #98
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Wow ! Beautiful. Off to change my underwear now
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Awesome setup! Very jealous. Thanks for sharing!
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wow... sorry to hear!
so apparently they didn't follow the instructions?
How did you apply the copper? is there anyway to rip it up and flip it upside down and use the bottom side of the copper?
Yeah, they missed step 1 in the instructions. The copper is a 36 gauge sheet and you glue it onto the wood. The mottled color is only on one side. It is either rip it out, or just put the new copper on top of the bad epoxy, after planing it down nice and level.


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