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Advanced Epoxy Free Color Training

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Learn how to create fractured fault lines in Stone Coat Countertop epoxy advanced free color training. Here are some tips and tricks that will take your project to the next level. You will love the color recipe and simple to follow step by step instructions.
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Color Recipe:
Paint and Primer in One: Ethiopia (Brown)
Mix SCC epoxy and tint with SCC Bronze Metallic powder
Pour, Trowel, and chop the surface
Torch
Rag the top with a paper towel and torch again.
Re-chop the surface with a Paper towel.
Mist the surface with SCC Pearl, Gold, Copper, and Black metallic powders mixed with 91% IPA
Fog on Hunter green spray paint OR mist with SCC Tropical turquoise Metallic powder
Fog the project surface with White, Black, and Silver Spray paints.
Mist the surface with SCC Gold, Copper, Black, and Deep Silver metallic colors mixed with 91%IPA
Fog on Black spray paint and mist with Deep Silver
Drag veins with a paint stick through the project with White, Black, and Silver Spray paints.
Load the tip of your paint stick with clear epoxy, and spray on Metallic Silver spray paint, drizzle this through your project to create fine lines.
Spray White spray paint onto the edge of your paint stick and drag it through the surface to create veins.
Torch to move the veins around.
Rag the top with a glove
Torch

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