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Posted on Wood choice for outdoor concrete top table?

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#1 posted 04-06-2014 03:35 AM

I Used Douglas Fir and White Oak for two different outdoor tables, both were sealed with general finsh outdoor oil.
So far,both tables have survived 3 years in the harsh seasons in Idaho.
White Oak is very durable for outdoor use, it’s also cheaper than teak,ipe or other exotic woods.
The US Constitution (Old Ironside ) was constructed of white oak.

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