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post #1 of 9 Old 03-12-2009, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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Red Cedar HF stand13" tall and a bit over7 1/2" wide. Has between 6 & 8 coats of min wax wipe on gloss poly then 3 wheel buffed. Had a huge check though it and nearly got pitched right then. Instead I packed the check with red cedar sanding dust layered in and gave it a shot...Bill..
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absolutely amazing i hope i'm that good one day!!
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All I can say is wow!

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very nice shape and finish. Looks like it's glass coated. Don't let the cracks get to you. I usually figure everything is gonna crack unless it bone dry. Then if it doesn't, it 's a bonus. Cedar is a very pretty wood when you take the time to finish it like you did.
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FANTASTIC,cracks just give character.

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Gorgeous, now I am going to spin some cedar firewood I have out back. Dean No. CA
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Great save on a beautiful piece - glad you showed it

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Dang Bill, You could look into that thing and see to shave! Well Mike won't be doing that but he could! Seriously, that has a beautiful finish. Nice job and thanks for sharing.

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That looks great.
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