Epoxy flooring: ‘I don’t think it’s worth it’
As a teenager in a small town in Scotland, I had to deal with a number of things: the threat of crime and crime prevention, my dad’s lack of money, and the occasional bit of bad luck.
It was a tough time.
It was the first time I had really been on my own for almost ten years, and I had only had a few experiences.
It’s also the first year I’m a part-time job, so there was a lot to learn.
When I was 18, I decided to make my own epoxy.
It wasn’t until a few years later that I discovered the internet.
I started looking for materials online and realised that epoxy is a really cheap way to make concrete floors.
I ended up with a kit and some brushes and some tools.
The first thing I did was use it to make an epoxy mask to seal off my ears and lips.
I’ve since done a number on other people and have had a bit of success with it.
But the next thing I was going to make was a ceiling.
I wanted to make a floor on a shelf so that I could sit in it and have a little bit of privacy, which is why I used epoxy and masking tape.
For this, I went with marble, because it’s cheaper and I can buy it online.
It costs about $40 per metre, but it’s hard to find.
Once I got it made, I realised that I didn’t want it to look like a slab of concrete.
I also realised that this was the most expensive part of it, so I started looking at other materials.
Eventually, I ended backpacking to Australia to see what was out there.
And that was the last thing I ever bought from an online shop.
After a couple of months, I finally found something that I liked, and bought it from Home Depot.
They were offering free shipping to the US, so that was a no-brainer.
At first, I was worried about the durability, because I had just bought the kit for Christmas.
Unfortunately, I didn´t notice anything about the material being damaged in the first few weeks.
By the time I did get a little more serious about it, it was a complete piece of work.
I had a lot of confidence in it, and had used it for the wall for a couple months.
You can see how I’ve made some nice details with my tape, like a window or two, and then used a brush to make details on the ceiling.
However, I don’t want to be too long-winded with it, because there are many other ways to do it.
I’m using a bit more epoxy than I normally do, and this makes it look more finished.
As soon as you can see a bit, it’s time to do the final touches.
There are a lot more details to make the ceiling, including some windows, a door and a balcony.
In the end, I’m very pleased with how it turned out.
It didn’t have to be quite perfect, but the way I went about it helped me create a really pleasing effect.
Here are a few things you can do with your epoxy: Add a little extra colour to the ceiling using masking wax, and spray a few coats of epoxy over the wall, or spray some of the epoxy on the inside of the house.
Use a small amount of epoxysol to apply a little shine to the wall or windows, then finish with a coat of masking spray.
Add some reflective detail using spray paint and epoxy, then apply a coat or two of masked epoxy to the walls and windows.
Get creative with the flooring itself.
Try painting the inside and outside of the room using spray paints, then add a coat to the outside.
Do a little painting of a character and add a little textural detail with spray paint, then coat.
Put a bit extra gloss on the walls to give them some personality and add some contrast with masking paint.
Take a look at some of my other epoxy projects below: