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Sonja May 11, 2018, 10:45 AM
Thhat looks very colourful. Is it healthy?
Creeksong May 11, 2018, 04:43 PM
As far as I could tell, it is. What attracted me was its form. I must admit, here, that I was just a bit generous with the saturation, since I figured nobody could bust me about the dull, grayish, and slightly uninteresting coloring it originally had. I'm busted...
But then, I never liked letting the truth interfere with a good story. :-)
Sonja May 12, 2018, 02:33 PM
Ah, okay.
I love cedar wood what ever the colour, it is more the smell of the stuff. Bought a lot of cedar things while we lived in the states, got several bookmarks, cloth hangers, little heartshapes for the sock drawers and even a linnen chest. Unfortunately most of that lost the great smell since the time, and likely also the debugging properties, but compared to unsealed furniture from other wood it held it's original antique rose colour rather well.
Creeksong May 12, 2018, 05:18 PM
Hi Sonja. The smell of Cedar can be restored with a little sandpaper.
Use 80 or 100 grit so it doesn't clog up too fast, and avoid breathing the dust.
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