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The inside of a museum piece RR station has new and old T&G boards on the walls and ceiling. The old boards were also washed with something unknown, leaving some with a bleached look and others are fine. Is there something that would resemble wood or woodgrain in a paint or solid stain that could make all walls look similar? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks.
 

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You might try gel stains to blend old and new. You might get lucky. This is always a tough situation. You can try masking off the new from the old and hitting the older wood with stain first.
 
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