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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-29-2017, 10:08 PM
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Not what I would call 'distressed', but it IS made of old wood, and I think it looks great. I hardly ever turn down free wood. If nothing else I can always burn it, or trash it, but mostly I use it one way or another.
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Wonder if these are distressed lumber? I think the saw horse will be distressed shortly.
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I thought an ass burn was supposed to relieve pain?
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I can remember about 30 years ago when the white pickled kitchen cabinets were popular. Not my taste, but it was a nice effect when the cabinets were all installed. A lot of work though with prepping the wood and then wiping off the finish both against and then with the grain.
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