Sand down surface and make sure it is completely level. Then, tape off any voids underneath the table to prevent seal coat of epoxy from dripping.
Mix MAS Low Viscosity Resin and Slow Hardener at a 2:1 mix ratio by volume. Slow hardener will provide the longest working time of about 4 hours working in temps above 60 degrees F.
(2oo grams Resin – 100 grams Hardener)
After thoroughly mixing MAS Low Viscosity Resin and Slow Hardener, coat the entire table with epoxy. Be sure to fill in all voids on the surface. Because some voids may require more epoxy to fill them completely check for dry spots on your surface. Also take into consideration the leaks some knots, cracks or seams may have.
Let the epoxy cure overnight after the table seal coat is applied. Inspect the surface the next day to check for voids and make sure the table is sealed completely. If the surface is sealed, prepare for Table Top Epoxy by lightly sanding surface, wiping with acetone and taping edges. While many people will apply a table top coating at this point you should apply a second seal coat if needed.