Step 1: Remove Old Wood Plating That Was Coming Off After 2 Years.
Step 2: Remove Old Rail Underneath, Solidify the Table Support With 2x4 to Support Concrete Weight.
mine was about 180lbs that why you need to be sure that the table would support it. I weight 260 I sat on the table it was holding before. but just in case reinforced the table top with 2x4. Warning At Your Own Risk table could collapse on your leg if you do not do this step properly.
Step 3: Armed the Table Top With This Concrete Grillage Used Vice Grip to Ply It With the Shape of the Table
Step 4: Build a Frame With Mdf (important Concrete Won't Stick to Plated Mdf Board) Around the Table and Underneath Fix Them Together With Screw or Nail Gun
Step 5: Pour the Concrete Level It of With 2x4 by Sliding It Left and Right!
Step 6: Remove the Casting Gently
find slury mix of Portland cement like this http://www.ehow.com/how_6786972_make-concrete-slurry.html
warning Portland cement is greenish looking if you like hulk it's OK or the other I would used Hydraulic cement poly-plug or other fast seting cement which remain grey.
Step 7: Remove All the Hole on the Side With Slury Mix or Hydrolic Cement
Step 8: Now Get Your Rain Coat It's Polishing Time ! With the Hose and Electricity = Get Gfc Braker or Outlet or You Die ! Water and Electricity Do Not Mix. or Just Go Buy a New Table Witch at This Point Was Considering...
move too the 100 pad. now if you want to tint your concrete now is the time after the 50 grit and Before the 100 because after that it will be too late as I will discovered it later....
used water based tint like this https://youtu.be/c2J2dgDRJcw remove the excess with rag
watch that video https://youtu.be/-r3sMWCe920
at the end use the 400 grit for me it was smooth enough
Step 9: Tint It Black With Wood Water Based Tint and Varnish It With Water Based Varnish Same As Wood You Will Eat on It So Avoid Any Harsh Chemical.
Step 10: Move Back Your New Table in Dinning Room Ask 3 of Your Neighbor Help to Lift Your New 200 Pound Table...
thank to my wife with lot's of patience to wait for me to finish this simple project.
BTW you need a backup table during the project...