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  1. buckwheat6105

    Kegerator I built (freezer conversion)

    Then the epoxy is the route you want to take. You could use a polyurethane, but it would take about 50 or 60 coats to make it look like epoxy. The stuff is very easy to use...mix, pour and let dry. After it dries, it's extremly hard and like plexiglass
  2. buckwheat6105

    Kegerator I built (freezer conversion)

    I assume you're talking about the epoxy? I don't see why not...if you wanted to do it on the side of the freezer, you would probably want to flip it over so the side you want to epoxy is pointing towards the ceiling...this way the epoxy will not run down the side before it dires.
  3. buckwheat6105

    Kegerator I built (freezer conversion)

    Sticker that i purchased at a local retailer. With the epoxy, you can put anything you want under it...pictures, beer labels, coasters, etc..... Oddly enough, I got the idea from an episode of MTV's "Pimp My Ride." They fabricated a floor in a van with this stuff and under the epoxy they...
  4. buckwheat6105

    Kegerator I built (freezer conversion)

    Thank you sir.... It was a two part epoxy that you can buy @ Home Depot....you can find it where they sell wood stains (comes in a cardboard box). Real easy to use....mix it togeter, pour it on the top, spread it around with squeegge and then you're good to go. Bubbles may appear after...
  5. buckwheat6105

    Kegerator I built (freezer conversion)

    It's a 1/2bbl....but an empty one :-( I only put it int here because after all the work I did on the bar, i got a little nervous Saturday night - I forgot to put a barrel in there to see if it would even fit (the freezer is not that deep at all). Lucky for me, it barely fits.
  6. buckwheat6105

    Kegerator I built (freezer conversion)

    I bought a beat up freezer off of ebay for $20 to convert into a kegerator. Not wanting to spend a lot of money, i had some extra lumber at the house and started framing it up. I had it framed and painted within two days. Another couple of days to apply the two coats of epoxy (bar top)...
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