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Restored Gold Crown III Feet

Restored Gold Crown III Feet

I finished the restoration of the feet on my Brunswick Gold Crown III pool table, originally damaged in a flood from hurricane Ian.

I used a bench grinder with a wire wheel to strip them, then painted with rattle-can of Krylon gold. I finished with an automotive urethane enamel clear-coat with gold pearl pigment. They shimmer in the sunlight.

I painted the rail castings the same way.



Here's a photo of the corner castings. It's too bad the sun isn't shining or you'd see the pearl sparkling. It's COLD here in Florida!


Restored Gold Crown III Feet

Replies & Comments

  1. BallBusterbilliardsforum on 12/27/2022 4:24:11 AM

    It looks really good @BallBuster.

    Nicely done, and thanks for sharing!

  2. BallBusterBallBuster on 12/27/2022 5:41:49 AM

    Thanks. The restoration has been put on-hold due to cold weather.

    The last three days here in SW Florida sucked. Oh, and now I have a paralyzed raccoon that I have to tend to along with two other handicapped raccoons who scratch at my door at 3 and 4 am. The latest paralyzed raccoon is in big trouble. I gave him two fried eggs and as much cat food as he could eat. He's not in pain, just can't use his back legs. I've seen this before in raccoons. This universe sucks.

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Restored Gold Crown III Feet

  • Title: Restored Gold Crown III Feet
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  • Published: 12/24/2022 8:50:31 AM
  • Last Updated: 12/27/2022 4:21:41 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)