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Date Posted: 04/23/05 08:32:17
Author: eddy arnold
Subject: matching red and white oak

I am looking for a process to match the color of red and white oak?

I built a couple of bookcases using white oak that I have had in my garage for some time. I have reached the point of milling out the trim pieces, being the tight wad that I am - I would rather use the 10/4 red oak I already have for the trim than forking out the $50 or or so for white oak.

Any suggestions?

Should I use a pinkish tint on the white oak, or is there a process for toning down the red oak?


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