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Hello guys,
I recently decided to do a little project on my outdoor terrace,
I bought this wood slab, could anyone help me ide tify it?
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Your location might help.
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My first guess would be PADAUK
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It looks like you bought it from a hardwood dealer based on the pics. They should be able to tell you what it was vs guessing from a few pics.
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