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Re: Aniline dye
Date: 7/13/2001, 6:24 pm
In Response To: Re: Aniline dye (Tony)

I live in British Columbia, Canada. You would think that it would be easy to get on the west coast but all the wood stores say that it is impossible to bring into the country (trade ban or something?). I suppose that I could drive to Seattle but that is probably more trouble than it is worth.

: Where do you live. Is it impossible for a friend to mail you a few boards via
: UPS? Redwood or cedar is routinely used for decking. Mine came from a torn
: down fence that had never painted. The bottom 6 inches has rotted away but
: the top 6 to 7 feet are still in pretty good condition and after many
: years of seasons is well dried. I have cut them into thin strips and
: getting ready for the SB canoe.

Messages In This Thread

Colouring wood strips
JJ -- 7/13/2001, 2:02 pm
Re: Aniline dye
Dave Houser -- 7/13/2001, 3:31 pm
Re: Aniline dye
JJ -- 7/13/2001, 3:59 pm
Re: Aniline dye
Tony -- 7/13/2001, 5:49 pm
fence wood
Tom-Atlanta -- 7/16/2001, 12:44 am
Re: fence wood
Paul G. Jacobson -- 7/16/2001, 3:06 am
Re: fence wood
Tom-Atlanta -- 7/17/2001, 2:21 am
Re: fence wood
Paul G. Jacobson -- 7/17/2001, 3:38 am
Re: fence wood
Tom-Atlanta -- 7/19/2001, 12:19 am
Re: Aniline dye
JJ -- 7/13/2001, 6:24 pm
Re: Aniline dye ..Lee Valley has it
Bill Boyd -- 7/13/2001, 7:52 pm
Re: Aniline dye ..Lee Valley has it
midd -- 7/16/2001, 10:01 pm