In this video, I go into detail on how I prepare and seal my wood log slices for pouring resin.

Using a mixture of PVA glue (wood glue) and water, I can penetrate into the wood and give it an excellent hard finish ready for accepting the resin.

By sealing the wood first, not only will you save on resin, but you will reduce the number of bubbles given off by the wood.

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