|Project by Obi||posted 12-11-2008 08:55 PM||1900 views||2 times favorited||15 comments|
In the true nature of the salvager… taking reclaimed lumber. Local Hardwood store uses 4” x 5” x 4’ Cherry, Oak, Alder… as “stickers” or dunnage or whatever you’re used to calling the material they use to stack large units of lumber on to make it fork lift accessable.
These Next two …(Hey, maybe I’ll just post them all here, or am i going to post them seperately so I can have more projects individually to make me look … never mind, here they are.)
The first two would have been identical twins except the purple heart strips on the second. The woods in these are Oak on the outside, and thin strips of Purple Heart and I have no clue what the others were. I thought that the two darker boards were American Cherry but it was an unmarked board so I dont know. It was also free because they didnt know ansomeone just used it as a sticker.
The third one is Red Oak, American Cherry with Purple Heart Strips