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Posted by tomh on March 5th, 2003 12:41 PM
In reply to off the track...a little by patb on March 5th, 2003 09:05 AM [Go to top of thread]

Cedar works as a trim and will accept polyurethane finishes. With the finish material in place, the cedar aquires a deeper red color and the grains are richer. You will not need stain.

I lived for 11 years in a house trimmed in nothing but cedar with some oak accents and recently sold it for $375k. It can be a very good looking wood and will meet your needs, particularly if your home's architecture dictates something other than traditional colonial hardwood.

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