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#1 posted 11-09-2010 02:39 AM

I have limited experience with it. As you say, it’s very hard. It’s also stable and good for making jigs and things for repeated use, cutting boards for example. It also holds up outdoors and won’t rot. It will darken however. Over time it will change into a brown orange type color, I guess depending on how much direct sunlight it gets.

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