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Finishing CherryCherry may be the most revered species for woodworking, particularly in the United States. A great deal of the colonial pieces built in the early years of the country came from cherry trees found throughout the north-eastern states. Its enough to make one wonder what George Washington did with that cherry tree after he cut it down.

Woodworking with cherry isn't without its challenges, though, particularly when it comes to finishing. In Woodworking with Cherry, learn how to deal with some of those challenges to create projects with the deep, rich color that only cherry can produce.

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