Wood + Stain

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Mid Century Modern DeskSkateboard Shelf


  1. I’m looking for a basic “how To strip” with Citristrip -I have read several blog post –including yours;-)
    but I don’t think any of them are “step by step” and easy enough for someone that has NO experience with striping/staining or painting (that will be my son)


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