So Here's how I did this:
I shined Profoto 4 heads on a white wall to blow out the background, and then flagged off everything with the black dividers except for the area that I needed open to prevent lens flare.
Here's how I got the white reflective surface: Table, white butcher paper placed on top, then place a big piece of plexi glass on top of that. So that way I was able to get the plexi to pick up the white, instead of the brown table top.
This is a pretty good way to get a white blown out background when shooting in still life in the studio. It's pretty simple, but effective.