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Where to use it? How to store it? What types are best? How to mill it? Where to get it? What's the best finish for it?

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  1. Where to buy wood

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  2. Wood Suppliers in Australia

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  3. General / organisation of wood

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  4. Teak veneer substitute

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  5. Teak veneer

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  6. Bass Wood

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  7. BLACK WOOD STRIP

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  8. What type of wood is this?

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  9. Wood grain

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  10. Willow Wood

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