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10-21-00, 07:19 PM   #1  
Oops - think I might have put this under the wrong heading - first timer

I have purchased some kiln dried, untreated pine for interior window shutters. Some of it is not straight - any suggestions on how I can straighten them.

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Robin Adam

 
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10-25-00, 07:33 PM   #2  
Take it back to the store & exchange it for straighter material!

 
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12-16-00, 05:01 AM   #3  
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Hello
Some time taking it back is not an option. so we strait line one side of the board. rip so you loose as little board as needed take a strait board as long as needed let it hang over one edge of your finish board and screw them together rip with the strait board next to the fence remove only as much as you need to make it strait. the shorter the board the easyer it is to strait line......Have Fun

 
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