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Alder, a relative of birch, grows from Alaska to Southern California. It ranks third behind oak and pine as the wood most commonly used for ready-to finish furniture. Color: Very consistent in color - pale pinkish-brown to almost white. No distinct grain pattern. Good working properties, moderately lightweight, low shock resistance. Finishes smoothly and takes stain well.

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