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I have several large game tables I use for play with my friends. They are just peices of plywood made to look like different terrains. I have desert, grassy field, waste, and dirt. When I want to play game I walk out to my shed and select the board I want, bring it in and slap it down on the kitchen table (then add the terrain peices).
I found this great spray-paint at my local Wal-Mart. It's called Fleck-Stone. It comes in lots of colors and has a rough texture. It is perfect for game tables. I just spay-paint the table wait for it to dry and that's it. No mixing things, no foam, no spreading goo, and none of that flock stuff.
I wish somebody had told me about this stuff a couple of years ago.
Wow, great tip!
Flocking/sanding an entire table is quite a messy project. Maybe I won't have to do it if I try one of those cans. And it's also good for gaming club tables, as gaming club tables usually get moved around a lot, making the sand and flock wear off.
Ave Dominus Nox!