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Polished concrete tables.

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    I think that it would be good for practice while making something that can still be used for another purpose. However, you are going to eat up discs while doing this. A pour in place requires a lot of polishing to get the exposure that you may want. It also requires thinking about what steps will be taken to drain water runoff and the splash. It's a messy job!

    I went went with an upside down pour to hopefully eliminate those problems. I did not want the water around the opening of my oven. An upside down pour allowed me to form and polish in more suitable areas. It allowed me to be a little more creative.

    Here are some pics from my oven concrete landing and shelves.
    Joe Watson " A year from now, you will wish that you had started today" My Build Album / My Build