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    Hey all, I’m new here! I’d appreciate any input on how to best care for my new countertops. I purchased a few 1.5” thick acacia butcher blocks, then cut them up to fit my kitchen counter space (see picture). I treated them with several layers of water based wood conditioner, skipped any staining...
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    We are currently refinishing a kitchen table that has a multi-directional pattern on top. It looks like a checkerboard/quilted pattern. We are using a gel stain which I think should be okay to wipe with the grain but I'm seriously concerned about the topcoat. My usual go to is Varathane's Triple...
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    Hi all, I'm pretty new to wood working. I'm making some simple stuff to get my feet wet and to get the feel of all my tools, but I hit a bit of a wall and all the Googling in the world is just sending me around in circles. What I'm doing is mosaic tiles, but using hardwood to inlay them in...
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    I am looking for something really hard to use on highgrade cabinet antiquing projects for all ready installed and used cabinets---- I saw a can in this link not about cabinets tho-- http://www.younghouselove.com/2011/04/making-new-wood-look-old/ I also found a product from Deft called...
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