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Old 05-05-2009, 09:57 PM   #31
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what kind of wood is this?


the poly is still drying, and the picture was taken at night in poor lighting.. we are very excited, loving the floors!

applicator Pad (left) for poly, and if you are staining, wipe excess with the cloth (right)




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poly applied & drying..




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what kind of wood is this?




WOW! Looks like a million bucks.


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