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Epoxy Dirty Pour

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An Epoxy Dirty Pour is a fun technique that will turn any art project or countertop overlay into an amazing one of a kind masterpiece! Here we demonstrate step by step how to add color and motion to epoxy to make this come to life!
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Color Recipe:
Paint and Primer in One: Broadway (Black)
Mix SCC epoxy and pour some of the epoxy into 3 separate cups.
Tint the main cup of epoxy with SCC Black base color tint.
Tint the smaller batches with SCC Brown, Bright Silver, and Pearl metallic colors.
Pour the black tinted epoxy onto the project, trowel, and chop the surface.
Torch the bubbles out
Pour the tinted metallic color batches into one cup on top of each other.
Pour this epoxy mixture onto the project in veins.
Tilt the project to move the veins.
Drizzle lines of the tinted epoxy through your project with a paint stick.

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