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Posted on To distress or not to distress....

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#1 posted 04-28-2013 06:07 PM

If it gets done properly , it can look good , but properly done pieces are few and far between. Most of the stuff I’ve seen has been drastically overdone , often times with “wear” marks in places that barely if ever get touched.
JMHO : )

You can always try to sell your immaculate piece first , and then if it doesn’t sell , let it fall off your truck going down the highway to start the “distressing” process : ) JK

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