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I was very surprised at how well pressure treated rail board carves.
A lil something to hang out at the barn.
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Nice looking sign. I never considered machining treated wood, good to know.
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I was very surprised at how well pressure treated rail board carves.
A lil something to hang out at the barn.
that turned out great
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Nice looking sign. I never considered machining treated wood, good to know.
I see barn art in the future. or is that one word?
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Perfect AS-IS ... we'll stay tuned for more!?
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By rail board do you mean 5/4 decking board?

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Perfect for a Western themed sign.
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By rail board do you mean 5/4 decking board?
It's like deck boards but square sides not rounded. True 1" thick 16' long. They're meant for fencing. Get them from our local 'farmers Co-Op'
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Perfect for a Western themed sign.
and weather resistant.
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Gotcha. I'm not sure if we have those here in western Pa, I've never seen them at the local lumber yards or at tractor supply.

Being they are treated aren't you concerned with painting them without letting them age? I own a sign shop and we've always been told not to pain treated 4x4 posts until they have weathered about 6 months

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