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#1 posted 07-15-2012 05:43 PM

If you’re wanting the oak to be darker – have you considered fuming it with ammonia instead of staining it?
After fuming you can still do a little work, such as sanding flush, on the oak, without “cutting into” the darker colour.
Just an idea – I’m personally very fond of fumed oak, so I’m biased.

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