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Old 02-08-2013, 02:14 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Trumpstylz View Post
I just figured that since people always use sawdust, it must be woods like pine and cedar that are more often (correct me if I'm wrong) used in woodworking.
Yep, most furniture is from pine. But a lot of furniture makers use oak for their high end pieces and use extraction tech. to remove the sawdust, so they can guarantee that it is 100% untreated oak, a few of the more savvy ones have discovered that what was a waste product to them is actually a good little income stream for them, especially with the recent increased awareness of the general public about good food isn't that hard to produce yourself!
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