[Woodfurniture] Trying Out This Colored Epoxy Trend Pain In The Ars We’ll See How They Look After The Walrusoil Cures Pm Me For Prices Or Custom Pieces Ryanlanedesigns Lifetimeguarantee Woodfurniture

Trying Out This Colored Epoxy Trend Pain In The Ars We’ll See How They Look After The Walrusoil Cures Pm Me For Prices Or Custom Pieces Ryanlanedesigns Lifetimeguarantee Woodfurniture

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  1. walrusoil says:

    Man that looks good. Also love the rooster in the background, very earthy.

  2. ryanlanedesigns says:

    @walrusoil that’s just a sound track to make people think I really live in Hawaii. Lol

  3. walrusoil says:

    @ryanlanedesigns you’re in Kansas aren’t you!? Lol

  4. boldtfittest88 says:

    My grandpa used to use that turquoise epoxy back in the day to fill voids or cracks on pieces he was turning on a lathe. It’s really an old school things finally coming to light! Love seeing the work man!

  5. ryanlanedesigns says:

    @boldtfittest88 just bought a small lathe. Gonna start giving it a try. Just what I need one more time sucker! Lol

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