Jim
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Will tung oil be enough waterproof / water resistant finish for this mahogany/sapele bathroom piece?
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Twenty five years ago, I installed something quite similar (not nearly as nice as your piece) and it has lasted just fine until now. This was installed in our larger bathroom which contains both a ...

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How do I thin down an existing thick log-slice cutting board?
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Beautiful piece of wood. If your true end goal is to double your wood, then @jdv seems to have covered the subject thoroughly. If your end goal is to make it light enough so your wife can and will use ...

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What grit sandpaper should I use on my drumsander?
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You don't say what machine you have or the max height difference between your lowest and highest blocks. On my Supermax 19-38, I would start with 60 or 80 grit depending on that height differences. I ...

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Dowel joint between 3/4"x4"x3' pine wood board and 3/4"x4"x36" acrylic panel
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Your comment really clarifies your needs. Please add the RR benchwork description to your original question. It is a big help. Now that I can picture your project, I would suggest some small light ...

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DIY Desk - Pipe Z-Frame dimensions issue
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Your wood desktop looks great and should serve well. Nice job. It's thick enough that as, @Graphus said, it should not sag by any noticeable amount. The construction of many glued up boards should ...

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Is it safe to use a Craftsman molding head on a shaper?
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I'm not sure how well this will qualify as an answer as I have never tried to use mine on a 3hp shaper. I only wished to make a brief comment but it seems I don't have the rep points to leave comments ...

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How to connect these iron strips to an MDF board?
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It sounds as if drilling the holes for the screws as well as making the screws work at all, may be more effort for you than it's worth. You definitely aren't going to make this work by buying a router ...

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Remove and replace inset wooden handle
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I have a slightly different answer to your question. First, I agree with @jdv "Don't replace it at all." But my reasoning is different. You said this is a vintage piece, designer made, ...

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