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Re: [APD] Painted tank stand

Just look at those markings as character marks.  Some "antiques" have 
had hours of work put into them to achieve that effect.  It is all in 
the eye of the viewer.  My wife once objected strenuously to birdseye 
maple because of it having so many obvious flaws.  I wonder if any 
aquatic plants are good for wood, other than swamp cypress.  (Back on 
Vaughn H.

On Monday, October 31, 2005, at 11:23 AM, Jerry Baker wrote:

> Something I learned with this whole experience is that flaws is the
> surface of wood are not very apparent when it's bare wood. As soon as
> you apply paint you see all the nicks, dings, scratches, pits, and 
> other
> stuff. I wish I had seen it all when I took delivery ... I would have
> refused it.

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