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Originally Posted by barnabaas
not sure yet, we might stain it something a tad darker, or simply just put on some osmo top oil. it does look super nice as is so not 100% sure yet
No stain. Save the stain for cheap wood and cheap projects. Not for what your doing. You'll thank me later.

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