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|09-13-2015 12:37 PM||
Walnut trees - 5 replies
Hi All – there is a forest nearby with a few walnut trees growing. There are also a few fallen trees but it is tough to identify the specie because the bark has come off. Does anyone have experience with identifying and using fallen walnut trees that feel solid on the outside but the bark has decomposed enough that it has come off ?
|10-24-2012 03:27 AM||
staining spf - 2 replies
Hi LJs – I am a newby when it comes to using SPF, but was so enchanted by how easy it is to work with the wood and the exceptionally low cost, I just built bunk beds from a mixture of spruce, pine and fir. Now that it is time to finish the bed, I read enough to wonder if I have backed myself into a corner. Is there a way to apply a dar...
|09-14-2012 05:10 PM||
old wood - 3 replies
Hi Guys – I am familiar with techniques to age wood color like tea, ammonia, manure, etc. does anyone know how to age wood texture? take a look at these wood bottles. I would love to build living room furniture with this texture, but finding wood with this texture is a challenge. http://reviews.crateandbarrel.com/7258/28295/aged-...