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Ripper70

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#1 posted 02-17-2018 07:28 PM

Stains come in a wide variety of colors and can also be mixed to achieve a custom color, if desired. Ordinarily, one would use the stain on a “test piece” in an effort to decide which stain best suited the final piece but it seems as if you don’t have that luxury. Be aware also, that if the top is just a veneer it may not take much sanding during your refinishing to work your way right through to the substrate. Go easy.

As for the “type” of wood? I’ve been duped myself by the Alder-Boys and have opted to throw in with them, mostly because I rarely have any clue when it come to wood species identification and because I think they’re fun. Alder is always my first answer to any “what kind” question, but resident Tony_S is has much more expertise than most folks you’ll find offering opinions.

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