Once everything dried it turned out pretty good. The table is very easy to clean and seals any bad stuff from the pallets under a pretty thick layer ...
So after being a reader of instructables for some time I decided to try my hand at making a small outdoor table for my kids using a couple of pallets we had available. As you can see it wasn't anything complicated, I used the 2x4's for the frame and legs then cut down the top pieces of the pallet to make the table top.
Step 1: Using envirotex
After making the table a couple of friends, not to mentioned a number of posts, said using pallets might not be safe because of possible chemical exposure. Since I had already made the table and I didn't really want to throw it out I decided to cover it with a bar top epoxy, Envirtotex that is readily available at Menards. I bought the small package of envirotex mixed it up as directed and poured it all over the wood thinking it would be thick and harden pretty fast and not run through the cracks. I was wrong, a large amount of it fell through the cracks and onto the newspaper below, I barely got a skim coat on the top of the table.