Pour on Gloss Coffee Table

Red gum burl grit blasted on top edge to remove sap, oxidation and bark from edges.

Duct tape applied to back to edge to prevent POG running away where holes go through. NB:For large areas clamp or screw backing pieces under duct tape to support large areas as shown in fig 3&4

Place burl on level surface to fill holes in top face.

Fill holes using a syringe with a draw up needle for small holes. Pour into larger holes. NB: Our detailed instructions contain a lot more info on achieving a trouble free finish.

Work on one area at a time. When holes almost full, use an open flame to burst bubbles. NB: More details in our instructions.

Remove the support and duct tape from the underside of burl.

Coarse sand 40 to 60 grit both faces using a belt sander or random orbital sander to remove lumps & bumps and all gloss

Coffee table has been sanded and set up level so the pour on gloss doesn’t run to one side!

Coarse sand 40 to 60 grit both faces using a belt sander or random orbital sander to remove lumps & bumps and all gloss.

Coffee table has been sanded and set up level so the pour on gloss doesn’t run to one side!

Fill all holes and hollows around the edge using the techniques shown.

Fill all holes and hollows around the edge using the techniques shown.

The pour in progress.

The Pour on Gloss applied.

Sanding the table back.

Blow torch being used to pop the bubbles on the surface.

Using the blow torch to pop bubbles on the surface. Alternatively, you can spray a fine mist of methylated spirits over the surface.

The Finished Pour on Gloss coffee table on display at a show!

Pour on Gloss looking pretty.