Michael Nushart
Michael Nushart

I know this video is a few years old but have you tried the Old Masters Carbon Black wiping stain? Any difference in the results between that and the Spanish Oak?

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Wayne Lennon
Wayne Lennon

That damn Thomas

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Wayne Lennon
Wayne Lennon

Am I oblige to seal you

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Wayne Lennon
Wayne Lennon

Totally appreciate your stumps on all the description conveyed Imagine where we all are

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Giridhar Natarajan
Giridhar Natarajan

Mark, please make a video on teak.

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Wheel
Wheel

Sending while varnish is wet .. well I'm confused

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MrQueSientes
MrQueSientes

Love this video very informative. Lots of options so kinda confused. would you say to get the richest walnut finish, do the following: apply the dark wood filler to bare wood then hit it with tung oil varnish and wet sand x 3 or 4 coats hit it with an oil based polyurethane like general finish I feel like based on your video this would be the best option. What I'm not sure of is do you either use wood grain filler OR tung oil varnish? Or could you do both to accentuate the dark walnut grain and bring out the richness of the wood?

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

What is the project? Somewhat depends on that for steering you the right way

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Steve
Steve

I’m making a charcuterie board using this drawer front technique and its coming along nicely. Should I worry about tear out in my planer since some of the grain will be running in a perpendicular direction?

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

A helical or spiral head planer should give you a good result. A straight blade…… expect some grain tear

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William Gerber
William Gerber

I don't suppose you have dementions or a plan for it? I would use it. William

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Vivian Covington
Vivian Covington

Beautiful!

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Thank you! Cheers!

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dwight townsend
dwight townsend

Hello there, I have requested your DVDs, for simpler and quicker approach to manufacture a shed woodplans.works I trust the substance are as you guaranteed it will be. Just I'm worried with the substance, it won't be anything but difficult to settle on a decision from the various plans.

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Geer Zondervan
Geer Zondervan

I've assembled sheds in time past yet this plan outlines are excellent woodplans.works This woodwork plan is second to none. I've never seen such. The sheds are looking extremely pleasant and the building arrangement guidelines are so gritty and exceptionally all around arranged. This is cool!

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Wayne Lennon
Wayne Lennon

It's obvious it may have drenched in chemical

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Wayne Lennon
Wayne Lennon

Three carats wood Interesting

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Erik C
Erik C

I did my first piece with brown orange and yellow aniline dyes. It turned out ok but just not the look I quite wanted. I would like more deep natural look. I was wondering if there is anything else that works for that. I see pictures on google of amazing looking wood when finished. I am not sure if I should kiln dry the wood and then soak it in Mineral oil over night to get a most translucent curl look. Do you have any ideas?

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hrbangash
hrbangash

What wood is better for making doors and window and what is the price of ash wood and yallow pine per feet in your country ?

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Ed Reusser
Ed Reusser

The very first thing you need to do is to open a store in San Diego Ca. As close to 92057 as possible! I promise to be a regular customer.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

HAHA! Right on, yes!

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Patrick Knapp
Patrick Knapp

Love it! Thank you and I subscribed!

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Awesome! Thank you!

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A BG
A BG

Súper nice table. why didnt you go with arm r seal instead? Can that be done?

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

It's a nice option too. we only picked the water based stuff because it's what we had in the shop.

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Cheri W
Cheri W

It is beautiful wood. I chose zebra wood for my dining table, and love it as well. It is very dense with a beautiful pattern.

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Dan Alaniz
Dan Alaniz

Beautiful project. Great and easy to understand explanations of the steps. Thanks!

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Joe C
Joe C

Love your videos, you are a fantastic teacher sir. Picked up some genuine while it was on sale recently and am super happy with the boards you guys sent me and am excited to start working with them!

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Great to hear! THANK YOU!👍👍👍👍👍

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FakeVirus
FakeVirus

Thanks Sal! My flipper was wet so I used this method and it worked like a mexican!

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Guillermo Bedo
Guillermo Bedo

Quick question for you, Can I apply a coat of Polyurethane over boiled linseed oil? Thx.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Yes, you can. wait for that oil to dry about week though

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david lanier
david lanier

I'm a drumner that wants to learn to build and finish my own drums. I want to dye mostly maple shells in a sunburst or faded color and add a top coat. Do I need a spray gun to do sunbust or fades? What is the best place to buy my finishing supplies?

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Sprayer is best, but you could also get some tinted lacquers in aerosol cans too. but yeah to do that sunburst kind of finish, you need spray or aerosol to really get the nuance of that effect.

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Cristian Valentin
Cristian Valentin

Question, when you bleach the wenge it change the density or it stay the same?

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Seems to say the same, or at least it's not noticeable

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Michael Van Dyke
Michael Van Dyke

Is threr a difference between birch and baltic birch plywood

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Yes, mainly the core is the difference. The generic name "birch plywood" is a very broad term and the core could be made of one of a dozen diifferent types.But it means the outer face veneer is made of birch so you get that appearance (white wood with broad grain patterns). Pretty much "Baltic birch" means the core is made up of of solid layers of birch and the performance in terms of gluing, screwing, cutting, joining is clear when you use it. Appearaance-wise, it too is a birch veneer on the face/back.

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Jonathan S
Jonathan S

I think it looks great. Definitely doesn’t need veneer

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Bo Parker
Bo Parker

Thanks. I appreciate your help.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Glad to help

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wood diy 4k
wood diy 4k

Your desk is beautiful.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Thank you! 😊

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Billy Morris
Billy Morris

As an amateur with woodworker, I typically feel overpowered with the entire arrangement. Be that as it may, this arrangements drove me through with much clarity and effortlessness woodplans.works I now work like a genius. That is great!

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Daniel Paprocki
Daniel Paprocki

I love this effect 😍😄

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tim armstrong
tim armstrong

Looks fantastic, wish you had a store a little closer to Ohio. Do you you do many projects with whole slabs?

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Slinky Techno
Slinky Techno

That stuff looks amazing

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Guntis Mikelsons
Guntis Mikelsons

Do you have to use shellac as a sealer before restaining. I’ve seen people adjust the color by wiping on a different stain.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

No, it's only an aesthetic thing. Not required.

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Dont Pass Craps
Dont Pass Craps

What type of plywood would you use to kerf around a 12" 3/4 radius? I am building a craps table

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TheHartspark
TheHartspark

Hey got a question - having a walnut slab table built with clear epoxy in the voids. The builder wants to use Minwax satin water-based poly to keep the epoxy nice and clear. Thoughts on this finish? I have kids and need something durable as well. Thought about an epoxy flood coat, but that's a bit more pricey. Thanks!

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

That will be fine but will need a couple of “refresh” coats in a year or two

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Tinmania
Tinmania

Can you stain curly maple pure white to obtain a pearl illusion. I remember a lap steel guitar my dad used to have that was a white pearl bakelite finish that looked just like mother of pearl.

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Thomas Bridges
Thomas Bridges

Love Baltic Butch. But not from your company. Yours is way to expensive and the shipping charges are nuts

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Robert Bryant
Robert Bryant

Does Waterlox enhance figured wood?

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Glen Butler
Glen Butler

Looks professional and showroom New! Loved the background music.. usually I don't but that was very very mellow great job👍🏼

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CA Rasmussen
CA Rasmussen

I really want to try this. I make cutting boards. I think putting a nice stripe in it. I'll check on it next time I buy wood. AMAZING

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Manfred Marshall
Manfred Marshall

This is fantastic! Thank you Mark! Where can I source bamboo boards? Looking to build a cabin for the beach.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

At woodworkerssource.com bud👍👍 thanks!

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marcus cicero
marcus cicero

Doucette Furniture on DE-film works with this stuff with stunning results

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marcus cicero
marcus cicero

this guy introduces his audience to some really gorgeous woods. lovin it, thanks

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Adam Potthast
Adam Potthast

Your videos are so great - I wish there were more of them! Could I ask what model bevel gauge that is that you’re using? I need an upgrade…

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

That one came from Blue Spruce Toolworks 👍

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H S
H S

I have learned so much from you in the past few years. thank you so much

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

You are so welcome

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Mich al
Mich al

Beech wood dust is danger for your health and you need to wearing a mask

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Homemade Business Ideas
Homemade Business Ideas

Great. I often use this for my things. It is uniquely obtained.

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Wile E Coyote
Wile E Coyote

Nice to hear the music has been put in the background from a volume POV

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TheTranq
TheTranq

Looks good

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Terry Gabrielson
Terry Gabrielson

Doing first project with Padauk, knew we can count on you to give great tips on finishing it, thanks

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Pondok Klene
Pondok Klene

keren-keren karyanya

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Pondok Klene
Pondok Klene

terima kasih info-infonya

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Brennon Myers
Brennon Myers

This guy is awesome. Knowledge and skill level is superb. Wish I had the skillset and knowledge of this dude

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Brennon Myers
Brennon Myers

@Woodworkers Source 😂

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

You and me both!

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Munin
Munin

Certified lumber I suppose?

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731 Woodworks
731 Woodworks

Amazing work!

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Nick L
Nick L

Beautiful wood, but not so good for those of us with wood allergies. I get significant rashes from it, and have consequently also developed more sensitivity to my beloved padauk. But with the appropriate safety measures, and some conscientious handling, it’s all good. And thanks for the bleach tip!

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C Daniel
C Daniel

Where can I find the plan for that table?

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Darin
Darin

thanks

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Bamboo Man
Bamboo Man

Looks awesome

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Mel Ternes
Mel Ternes

Very well done. Thanks!

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conscience commenter
conscience commenter

One of the most MAGNIFICENT tree species on the planet ! Hey Mark, I have an Art Deco nightstand I rescued from a thrift store that has Macassar ebony veneer top and sides with zebrawood wrapped around 2 columns that butt up to a crotchwood center panel . I am restoring it and was wondering if anybody can help me identify what period and manufacturer made it . I have scoured the internet for over a month trying to find similar pieces. I've contacted the Art Deco society of NewYork,(no help) and not found any clue to its origin. Is there any kind of antique furniture forum people post pics for identification ? It is a beautiful piece but a mystery none the less. Thanks

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CHfan 21
CHfan 21

If you have carbide knives in your jointer or planer I understand the damage is less a concern. I’ve used carbide router bits on the material and have had no issues. I have wrecked a couple sets of HSS jointer knives on this stuff before I realized what was happening. Make yourself a tapering/jointing sled for your table saw if you need to get dead flat edges for jigs or assembly table tops. As a newer woodworker you may not think you want to start out with this stuff but trust me and go with it, the quality and stability of this product is second to none, if it warps on you then you must really have mishandled it, you almost have to try. If cutting dados, check between different sheets, I have seen up to a mm in variation of thickness between two different sheet, so always check your router dado jig or dado stack set up between sheets. Leaving the edge exposed actually looks great on bookcases, embrace the look of the edge and even get creative with it.

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Joshua
Joshua

Well done. A youtube DIY masterpiece. do you have a video for the jigs you use and make?

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Michael Capkanis
Michael Capkanis

WOW...Thanks!! Exactly what I'm trying to achieve with some 35-year-old walnut speakers. I was looking for a reddish color with enhanced grain contrast to approximate something rosewood-ish. As you point out in this video, my speakers have become pale due to sun exposure. Kudos for your logical, sequential and clearly explained and demonstrated approach. A genuine tutorial. Nothing else on the interwebs comes close. I'm a rank rookie, but I feel confident now!....

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Josh Turner
Josh Turner

I love how this table turned out!

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Carlos Fernandez
Carlos Fernandez

Beautiful finish.

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Michael Kratky
Michael Kratky

Good idea sing dark PVA glue so why use brown or black CA glue?

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Not a bad idea actually

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Adam Park
Adam Park

Can I stain my pine flooring a darker color and then use danish or tung oil top coat?

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GEORGE THOMAS
GEORGE THOMAS

Is mahagony and lambu same

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Imager
Imager

Looking good!

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Terri Stroh
Terri Stroh

Beautiful wood! Great project….except that handle…way too much contrast

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Dang..... sorry. But thanks for checking it out.

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Joey M. Delgado
Joey M. Delgado

Great information. Question: dye first, then shellac then clear finish? Is that the right order? To clarify, I want to use shellac as that's what I have on hand but also want to try some color. Thanks in advance.

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

That is correct. Dye the wood, shellac will seal it off.

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normbarrows
normbarrows

I've been experimenting a lot with wood finishes for guitars. I've found water based aniline dyes excellent for coloring. For clearcoat, linseed seems to dry gummy, and tung dries soft. Lac (lacquer, shellac) dries hard. Then you have your synthetics: poly, enamel, and acrylic. enamel goes on thicker than acrylic, with the associated longer drying time. Results from poly, lacquer, enamel, and acrylic are all similar, varying mostly in ease of use, how quickly they build, drying time, and cost. both spray lacquer and spray acrylic are easy to use and dry fast, but build slow. poly and enamel go on thicker, thus requiring more drying time, but they build up faster. Spray lacquer was the cheapest stuff at the local home improvement place as of yesterday at about $4 a can. Enamel was a few pennies more. I picked up a total of 18 can of lacquer and enamel. For raw wood like fretboards, it seems the active ingredient in fretboard oils is mineral oil. I'm currently experimenting with low viscosity human grade mineral oil (90 viscosity, USP quality), with very promising early results. It goes on thin, and penetrates well. Its totally transparent, and does not tint the wood at all. When it comes to finishes and oily woods, such as rosewood, not all finishes adhere well. Experimentation is called for. Lacquer may adhere better than finishes such as enamel. And acrylic may stick where lacquer won't. Shellac is a possibility as a pre-sealer - but I have yet to try it. When it comes to raw oily woods, these days I'm experimenting with dyed raw rosewood finished with mineral oil. In the past I've experimented with both clear and colored lacquered rosewood fretboards. Sanding and polishing are the final steps, followed by waxing and burnishing. And yes, waxing a polished clearcoat does have an effect.

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Varnster 94
Varnster 94

Looks great. Can you get old masters in the uk?

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Dude Sawdust
Dude Sawdust

This is great info! Thanks for sharing 👍

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Fokane Rantsieng
Fokane Rantsieng

Thanks for sharing a wonderful idea. So how do I hang it up on the wall. What kind of diy bracket can be made ? Thanks once again

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

A French cleat is perfect for this

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Joey M. Delgado
Joey M. Delgado

Love the educational aspects of your content. Thank you. New subscriber👍

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Woodworkers Source
Woodworkers Source

Thanks for dropping in!

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