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Jorge G.

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#1 posted 12-12-2012 03:19 PM

How many of you take finish into account before you even decide on the wood you buy for a project?

There is really nothing more to post as you stated all the reason. I start by choosing the finish I plan to use (shellac, poly, lacquer, etc.) Then choose the wood because of it’s appearance and how I am going to glue it together and then follow the design.

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