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Author Topic: Trim for the door  (Read 277 times)

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Offline rjwoelk

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Trim for the door
« on: September 17, 2017, 11:10:08 pm »
We added on to the house a leanto woodshed. There was a window in the wall which we removed and put in a door. Due to electrical wire under the window it now got routed to the top of the door and so 2 juction boxes were needed so that is what the white plates are covering.
That all said. I had some nice rough western red cedar . From a length of untreated hydro pole. I planed down and oiled with minwas tung oil. 6 inches wide.
 

 
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Re: Trim for the door
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2017, 08:35:00 am »
I like it.
I'm doing something similar but I run a 45 on the outside edge and a 3/4" dado down the center. Makes my wife happy, but as long as it's taking for me to get any trim up I may be able to get her down to just plain lumber in another year or so