Epoxy Resin River Table that GLOWS // How To Make

Epoxy Resin River Table that Glows written tutorial and DIY Digital PLANS: http://bit.ly/2u4iPbm

Learn How to make an epoxy resin river table that glows using blue fire glass, epoxy resin glow powder, and reclaimed sinker cypress wood. This DIY river table woodworking project has glow powder mixed in the bottom epoxy resin layers. Resin casting fire glass in the middle of this epoxy river table adds to the unique glow table. I used a black light strip on the bottom of the river table to charge the glow powder.

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rfg123 says:

incredible. How much epoxy did you roughly use?

DebzLife says:

Resin is the best liquid for DIY

Nick Gamble says:

Looks so much better when you use multiple stages of grit to get smoother finish


Simply beautiful !

Ve Su says:

Do not bend ledstripe like that and use some metal part for cooling ( aluminium )

TheWholeShabang says:

Would it had made sense to put a plastic glow in the dark piece under with the light installed then the epoxy over it… maybe cheaper?

jackchenrelive2011 says:

It’s amazing. What if you have a lot of different colored glass in it?

Frank Soto says:

does anyone know what music this is?

teneta robertson says:

That was a great idea and I love the color too!

Ridzuan Mohd says:

Sir can u teach how to use the epoxy step by step for build this table river

Bablu Vishwakarma says:

Please tell me liquid portion.(Which material you are add in liquid) plz plz plz plz

Iso Novoso says:

Great Job Man!

G Moore says:

Man that looks Amazing!!!!! Can you tell me how to figure out how much resin I need. For example 1 1/2” depth x 36” length x 4” wide. I checked everywhere and didn’t understand. If you can help out that would be cool. Thanks

manlikeostrich says:

Awesome table top! How do those leds work, do they have their own power source?

Luiz Antonio says:

Muito bom parabéns

Rocky jadvani says:

How to make that glowing resin please tell us …..

KuToga007 says:

Damn 😀 wow i’m in love 😀 keep on the good work 😉

Emma Astle says:

Yeah this is amazing. I love watching the progression as you learn what works best.
But now I want one lol

Aethervoid says:

You only need to brush the tack cloth over the surface very gently otherwise youll get residue (unless thats what you want) We use it before applying vinyl film to get rid of any dust and dirt from the surface.
If i press too hard it leaves residue which is only visible after the vinyl application. Maybe your usage is different just wanted to throw a tip at you. Nice work nonetheless

Jake Martin says:

finally someone who puts materials in the description. you saved me so much time!

Susan Gorman says:

Love this idea!

Cf2000 says:

Do a whole countertop with that!!!

Mark Camaro says:

I would like to see with the base resin stopped before end of table so colored epoxy looks solid from the end

Shahed Ahmed says:

a very beautiful and creative project!!! good job

Jesse Villanueva says:

What were the dimensions of the river portion?

UnMarkedPanic says:

Nice, it is hard to snake a power wires unseen

Kelly Obrien says:

Just wondering about how much this product cost start to finish

Pahjo Designs says:

Want to build your own River Table? Visit my blog post to download the digital plans for this project: http://bit.ly/2u4iPbm

Thanks for watching!

Richard Ollis says:

Awesome table. How thick are you pouring each layer of epoxy I just got some of the pro marine supplies epoxy and will be doing a hackberry river table once the slab is done drying.

Keeli Veltkamp says:

The caulk you said you used in the description, was that what you used to seal the wood to your mold so the epoxy wouldn’t run?

x x says:

Q: Why are you torching it?

Nipindra Gurung says:

Hi, have you tried putting the led light submerged in the resign?? would that work??

Chris Young says:

really no information was provided. You just made a video of you working in fast motion. Some description of each step would have been nice.

Asante Freeman says:

Bro that was awesome, you’ve gained a new fan and subscriber!

ave lim says:

Will the glowing powder lasts yearssss?

Yarla Rodriguez says:

Hello good job really good job but question waiting time between pouring staring from the first to the last one?
Thanks for teach us amazing job.

Thomas Glover says:

Where do you get a wood like that from a timber yard or a specialist

Polie says:

To figure epoxy needed its inches in ((LxWxD)÷231)10%???? The 10% being overages/fubar factor?

Kenny C says:

I like the table but I still don’t know how to make the damn thing you don’t tell nothing about the products you using you don’t explain the process I’ll give you an F on the video

Derek ! says:



I absolutely love the wood wall you have

Javier S. Ramirez says:

He said that it glows in the dark with out light and put lights under it?

Jason Wyllie says:

Beautiful table. How much time can you do between pours?

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