Pennies + Clear Resin = Beautiful Floor
If you want to try this: Save this picture and go to your local Big Box Home Improvement store and ask them what type of Clear Resin would work the best and what kind of under-lament would be needed. In this picture they had a concrete floor to work with. Yes, it would be cheaper than the average floor, if you did the work yourself. The price, including the cost of the pennies would probably range from $2.50 to $3.50 a square foot. – Paul Cobb. >US cents made after (and during) 1982 contain no copper (coating only). Ideal range would be from 1959-1981. Glue on level surface, coat w/polyurathane like a hardwood floor and layer as thick as needed.
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