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Tutorial Videos

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The following videos are for demonstration purposes only. Some steps may have been omitted for time purposes. Please read the complete instructions included with your materials. You may also view our FAQ page for more information.

Copper Bar Top & Countertop Tutorial

- Our new Video Tutorial will show you how to:

  • Make a copper bartop without a Bar Rail or a raised edge .
  • How to easily cut and fold the corner on all 4 sides.
  • How to pour the epoxy and pop air bubbles. Materials used (most can be purchased in our Tools & Supplies section:
  • DAP/Original Formula Contact Cement
  • Small Fiskars scissors (sold in craft stores)
  • Laminate Roller
  • COPPERLAC lacquer
  • Commercial Epoxy
  • Heat Gun or Plumbers torch (both sold at Lowes and Home Depot for $20 (Please note that our copper sheet was lacquered before filming the video so you want to make sure you lacquer the copper sheet either before or after adhering it).

 


Copper Bar Top Tutorial 2

- Creating a Copper Bar Top with a bar rail using our Light 36 Gauge Copper with a lacquer base coat followed by a self-leveling epoxy coating.

Materials used (most can be purchased in our Tools & Supplies section:

  • Contact Cement
  • Paint Brush
  • Fiskars scissors (or a new utility knife)
  • Laminate Roller
  • COPPERLAC lacquer
  • Commercial Epoxy
  • Dowel Rods
  • Heat Gun.

 


Epoxy Tutorial Video

- This video shows you how to measure and mix the epoxy the correct way.

 


Copper Countertop Tutorial

- Creating a Copper Countertop using our Premium Heavy 24 Gauge Copper Copper with a lacquer finish.

 


Copper Backsplash Tutorial

"House Crashers" episode featuring our: Heavy 24 Gauge Antique Copper

 


Copper Cabinets and Bathroom Shower Tutorial

- Creating Copper Cabinets and a Copper Shower Wall using our Light 36 Gauge Copper with a lacquer coating.

 


Cutting Light 36 Gauge Copper With A Utility Knife.

Using a new blade, a utility knife easily cuts through a 36 gauge copper sheet.

 


Cutting Heavy 24 Gauge Copper with Hand Shears

- This video shows you how easy it is to cut a heavy 24 gauge copper sheet.


Cutting & Adhering Light 36 Gauge Copper to Wood Surface for a Kitchen Cabinet Door Insert.

Materials used:

  • Contact Cement
  • Small Sponge Roller
  • Fiskars Scissors (or a new utility knife)
  • Laminate Roller

 

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