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Torx

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In Germany for a few days, I think I’d be hard pushed to find softwood of this sort of quality in the UK

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Not to mention leaving it in the street and not finding it covered in graffiti / on fire / in someone’s garden.
 

thetyreman

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haha try putting that in salford, wouldn't last long, agree that it's beautiful quality wood.
 

Jacob

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If I could get wood of that kind of quality I don't think I'd ever go back to using pine.
You can buy top quality pine (redwood), pitch pine, columbian pine (douglas fir) from the right timber merchant. Not from B&Q or average builders merchant. You have to look around.
 

Jacob

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In Germany for a few days, I think I’d be hard pushed to find softwood of this sort of quality in the UK

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Not to mention leaving it in the street and not finding it covered in graffiti / on fire / in someone’s garden.
Looks good. Fairly new - don't know how it would weather but it has the classic essential outside furniture detail of no wood-on-wood contact, hence avoiding water traps.
 

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The beauty of Douglas Fir. Nice but a good mask is a must when maching, for me on a par to Iroko as to hitting the nasal system!
 
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