Hmmmm - OK - here we go.
1 - the more level the bartop the less Etex needed (1/8" - 1/4" would be prime thickness)
2 - I noticed your elbow rail but couldn't tell if you trimmed the back of the bartop too .
Obviously you need to do this to trap (dam) the Etex
3 - the Etex will flow into any gaps thus using more than necessary and could allow to flow into unwanted areas or onto floor .White glue forms a good gasket before putting any wood down (trim) on bartop . If wood is already down and you have gaps -, white glue can be used as a caulk . Don't use any silicons for this purpose , Etex won't adhere to some or most silicones .
4 - follow the instructions - vacuum real well a day before pouring , allowing dust to settle . I never tented my work area as suggested and got very little dust on my surface .
5 - do your pour all at once - might need a few hands to mix everything all at once and pour all at once
- Pieces of cardboard do work best to spread the Etex.
Environmental Technology Inc. tips.pdf 63.357421875k . file