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  • Stain/Dye/Finishes?

    What's allowed? I can easily see not allowing stains and dyes. How about finishes?
    11
    any finish, stain, dye, paint, oil, poly
    81.82%
    9
    only a clear finish
    0.00%
    0
    only paint
    0.00%
    0
    any finsh other than paint
    18.18%
    2

  • #2
    Shal we put it up to a vote? Last time any finish was acceptable.
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    • #3
      I think that any finish should be allowed. Heck Plasti-dip the sucker if you want to. Not sure how many votes that would earn ya, but it would be interesting to see!
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      • #4
        An interesting dilemma... is this for the ability to authenticate that the person really used a 2x6? If that is the case, I would go with clear finish only as my choice. Can you elaborate a little more BW?
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        • #5
          Since voting will be by majority using the forums built in polls I am willing to leave rules enforcement to the judgment of the members. If someone is challenged for how they sawed a 2x6 for the end result I'm guessing they will need to prove up or face no votes. I sincerely doubt that finish will play a roll in the votes cast. I do not think it even played a part in the last one.
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          • #6
            If that is the case, I guess anything goes. Whatever helps to make your project look better is ok with me.
            I think in straight lines, but dream in curves

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            • #7
              its sort of a contest where wood selection is a bit important. Cleverness is important. A better project would utilize the wood grain and appearance to some effect. Being able to cover it with paint sort of defeats that. So I voted for no paint (any finish except paint).

              I guess in retrospect that we could allow any finish, but give some definable weight to a project utilizing grain and clever appearance factors.
              Can I change my vote?
              Last edited by LCHIEN; 03-27-2011, 06:29 PM.
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              • #8
                I vote any finish.
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