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#1 posted 04-09-2013 06:45 PM

got any pics of the wood? if you kept the patina and original surface mostly untouched, how would it be finished to have a useful and non-splintering top? the perfectionist in me wants to mill it down to have all 4 surfaces square, but using the reclaimed wood is always nicer when it retains it’s charachter. have fun with this project!

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