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Old 01-28-2009, 04:49 PM   #1
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Replicating rough sawn wood

I have certain areas of my plywood siding that are now smooth. The rough sawn texture is no longer visible. These are small areas. Is there a way to cut in the rough sawn look with a special blade/grinder, or can I use bondo and a fresh piece of rough saw plywood to kind of stamp the bondo?

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Replicating rough sawn wood

hmm thats a good question maybe a very corse sand paper?

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