Its time consuming, but easy enough to do, and I've been wanting to shoot a mini video with Dustin on this for awhile- coordinating our schedules is like awaiting the return of Haley's comet though!
Anyway, he cleans, and then quickly power-sands each piece (to remove any dirt, mold, etc), and will ultimately coat them in a few layers of polyurethane.
For those with the time and desire, and looking for that "conversation piece" wall or look, its something to consider, perhaps with the pre-staining (various colors) of certain boards too. This is most certainly a budget-friendly idea for your tiny house, home, shack, or vacation camp, or, obviously, for your regular old home, as is the case here.
Dustin's pallet-work ideas are also a new addition to the expanded edition of my book- below....with an updated section on "Pallet Man" himself- Michael Janzen of Tinyhousedesign.com
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