Something I found in using this product that might help others in the future. I decided to use luan for all my walls and some of the cabinetry. I started with buying several sheets. As my interior progressed, I bought more luan. I decided, after a little experimenting with stains, to leave the wood finish for the interior.
What I found was Luan woodgrain pattern changes from bundle to bundle. The first that I bought had a beautiful wood grain to it. The next purchace was much darker and stained differently than the previous batch. I went through an entire stack to find some lighter pieces, to no avail. The third time was again, a different tone and grain.
In retrospect, If I would have bought all I needed from the same stack, all the tone and grain would have matched. As it is, I have kind of a patchwork look in a couple areas of the bus. It really does not look that bad, but I will wallpaper a few areas that I had not planned to do.
One other phenomenon I have found is with 2x2's. I bought several bundles of 2x2's and started building walls and cabinets. After several months (through the summer) when I went to cover (with luan) I found that a lot of the wet 2x2's that were framed in straight, had dried and twisted. Again in retrospect, I would break the bundles at the store and pick the straight dry ones. Or, beak the bundles at home and let them dry for a couple weeks, then just take the twisties back for a refund. I did rip quite a few 2x4's down with good results in maintaining straightness.
Hope this helps some in the future.
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