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Brian Holcombe
Charlie it’s most obvious with fine softwoods in my opinion. The better the job you do with both the less obvious the differences are but there is a practical difference in that planed surfaces absorb less finish and are generally more water repellant. The whole of Japanese traditional architecture relies upon this, the wooden structures are simply planed to a finish and left that way. They age better than sanded and film finished structures.

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