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Hi All,
I'm just starting out. I just moved into a house with a garage that is big enough for a small shop. The first thing I plan on building are some storage closets, since this old house doesn't have any.

What's the best way to id old wood? I would like to build the closets to match all the other hardwood in the house. THanks.
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Welcome from another relative newbie. And that's a good question, I'll be watching your thread to hopefully learn the answer too. Thanks for asking it
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Hi All,
I'm just starting out. I just moved into a house with a garage that is big enough for a small shop. The first thing I plan on building are some storage closets, since this old house doesn't have any.

What's the best way to id old wood? I would like to build the closets to match all the other hardwood in the house. THanks.


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Welcome to the forum.

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