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Very nice! I've seen others, but really like the way this one looks. I want to find cheap chandeliers now, would really like to see how the "stone look" spray paint would work on it in our outside tiki bar.Also love the user name....i can definitely relate to that! Lol
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We did an outside tiki bar from pallets and rough cut cedar. To seal the top cedar bar piece we used marine grade epoxy. It dries really FAST. When it says you have 13 mins to spread it, count on 11.5. To smooth out any bumps or bubbles use a heat gun but again be very careful not to over heat because its flammable. This is something you should consider for floors to protect against spills & animal/children accidents. There is also a high grade wood/floor epoxy sold at home improvement stores that's comparable. On our stair case I used gel stain which had a sealer also then applied polyurethane. Its held up prett well so far.
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