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Giddaymate
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Hi Machiavelli1079 ,
I had a look at your picture and I can see you have done a great job building your entertainment centre. Please don’t let the colour stress you out and dont give up on it. Remember the old saying. “Where there’s a will, there’s a way” With some more reseach you will find the answer somewhere out there.

I did a search on the net using words like remove redwood stain or lighten redwood stain then replaced redwood word for mahoganey wood and this is some of the sites I found.

http://www.antiquerestorers.com/Articles/jeff/using_wood_bleach.htm
http://mmd.foxtail.com/Archives/Digests/199711/1997.11.05.11.html

This site sounds a bit like what us girls do to remove the brass tones from blond hair. Except we use the colour purple not green.

http://www.alan.net/prg2000pre/msg00187.html

Also do a search on oxalic acid to lighten your timber then you can re-stain it with a better matching stain. Don’t forget to first pratice staining on some off cuts of timber to get a good match.

Please keep us posted on how your entertainment centre turns out. “Keep your chin up”

Kind regards Noelene
from Sydney Downunder