[Darkroom] sink, counter, and cabinetry (need donations)
meowdip at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 23:36:29 PST 2010
I'm convinced at this point that the epoxy the best way to go. I doubt
we'll be using any chemicals too harsh for it. I just committed to
buying a fan for the darkroom in another email, so I'm not sure that I'm
good for the materials for the counter myself right now. Anyone want to
buy some wood and epoxy?
> [ meta - mostly playing along from my life-sucking day-job ]
> Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> writes:
>> So one of two things are going to happen. Either some awesome action
>> happens with this before Thursday, or Thursday swings around and our
>> sink gets installed with no real counter top to it. We can delay the
>> installation, but who knows when Scott will have time to complete it.
> i should have looked last night, but is the sink 'under mount'-able?
> otherwise, it can be done afterwards (i think), but will be a pain.
> what happened w/ the mubmling about 'epoxy' coverings?
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