I have a guy that wants me to build him a table with cork on the top. He would like it edged with either teak or mahogany, but wants the centre part cork.
Only cork I can find that seems durable enough is the product they used for floors.
If I purchased the cork they use on bulletin boards (about 1/4" thich) and glued it on a 3/4" plywood base, I am still faced with what to use for a durable finish on it.
I'm open to all and any suggestions.
FWIW cork used for flooring can be quite durable and take a pretty nice finish. The high school I went to had a cork floor in the gym which which looked beautiful, took a beating and stood up remarkably well! Whether it would be suitable for a table top I wouldn't know....