I am getting some rough cut red oak ready for a small project. I
noticed some of the boards are "lighter" colored than the main board I
was going to use. Will this be very noticiable after it is stained?
The second indicator is asking the same question over and over and over:
Stryped most common questions:
"Can I joint an edge on a board by passing it through the planer on edge?"
"What should I buy first a jointer or a planer?"
I asked those questions before I decided to buy a planer or jointer. I
bought a planer. I have not asked that question since.
Now that I need a way to joint, I asked about edge jointing on my
planer. What is wrong with that. I am really getting disgusted with the
people that are not helping. Like I said, if you are tired of my
questions then dont answer.
It really ticks me off that you tried to "sabatoge" my knife
drawer/cutting board project by trying to suggest something that would
ruin in. (Soaking in pure bleach for 2 days.) You said to someone else
that you just said it because I was a troll but for all you know I
could have done it.
I have taken advice of alot of people on here. I have built a jig out
of MDF for my planer so I can face joint on it. I have also built a
straight edge with handles on it out of 2 inch metal strap so I can
nail it to my rough cut boards to produce a straight edge without a
I would understand if I were posting topics not related to woodworking
but everything I have posted has been related to woodworking. Why are
you not posting to the guy that ocassionally posts on here about the
Iraq war and all the people that have died over there? Why is he not
labeled a troll?
If you are a troll, you are not very funny.
If you are not a troll...
Wood varies; you should try to match color and grain. If it is a dark
stain, the difference will be minimized.
I just made a table out of mahogany. I didn't notice until I planed the
wood that there were two distinct colors on different boards; and I didn't
have enough wood to make the table out of just one.
I spent a good deal of time making up a dye that would make the light wood
look like the dark wood. Now that it is done, you can't tell at all.
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