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May 06, 2011

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I would add that underneath the paint and old varnish of the seemingly unusable wood products might be a treasure that a wood crafter might actually pay for. A lot of Old furniture were made of woods such as Teak, very nice mahogany and even now exotic hardwoods.

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We must use all the advanced technology and learn to turn the old furniture in useful stuff.

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