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#1 posted 11-22-2012 05:47 AM

This seems like a knowledgeable group to ask a related question here…I’m making a table top but don’t have quite enough hard maple to complete, but I do have soft maple. Like the original post, I want to keep the color light, preferring not much change. The question is does the soft versus hard maple take any of the above mentioned methods differently to the point where a non woodworker would walk up to the table and see that the colors were different and be pointing that color difference out (regardless of the figure in the wood). All things being equal, I am leaning toward buying more hard maple and getting the project going.

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