I created a collage on a large table top using modpodge. My first coat of Envirotex Lite cured just fine.
After a couple weeks, I had time to pour a second coat. A few spots on the first part of the table remain tacky.
Obviously I hadn’t mixed the products well enough. Scraping the entire section of table will be a nightmare.
I am hoping there might be a hack that could save me work and heartache.
Do either of these sound plausible?
1. Create a new collage on top of the sticky areas, seal well with modpodge, let dry, and recoat with epoxy?
2. Use shipping tape to cover the tacky areas, and epoxy the whole surface of that section of the table.
If it only tacky, you can recoat with another layer of well-mixed resin and everything should be fine. You will need to recoat the entire surface though, otherwise, you will notice a difference in the depth of the layers.
I’ve also had the same issue its sticky in some spots and gooey in others. I didn’t mix it well enough and ran out of working time as i didn’t mix the right amount to start and was working in a rush hence not mixing well enough.
I’ve tried scrapping off and i have just made a bigger mess of things. I just want to get it back to the wood underneath and sand and start again. Any one able to help.