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accepted Screwing into the underside of countertop - can it support a little weight?
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revised What will happen if I try to apply paint/stain to damp wood?
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asked Screwing into the underside of countertop - can it support a little weight?
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answered What is the safest way to cut up an old kerosene storage tank?
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comment How can I get a stain to match on two different species of wood?
Accepted this answer since it mentioned the purposeful contrast, which was the approach I ended up using.
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comment How can I get a stain to match on two different species of wood?
The dye is a good idea (+1). I'm using poplar with pine trim because the are the pieces I had, and the trim will match other pieces in the house.
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comment Are there any issues with using deicing salt on sand stone paving?
@Walker then you might do better by spreading a generous layer of rough sand instead. Ice will still form, but you'll have traction in spite of it.
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