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#1 posted 06-28-2009 11:23 AM

most of the types of older things of that nature i have seen ,
have all been one wood . usualy oak .
you have that hairy oak there , what about that ?
i woud do this way so that everything expands/contracts the same .
im not much on finishes , but i might look into some diamond hard waterbased ,wipe on finish .
something that dryes hard and is easy to apply , ( all those drawers and cubbies ,) dont want to sand and clean some thing like that to much.
you got enough work in the woodwork end allready !

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