What Is the Density of Wood?

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Wood density can vary from 0.11 to around 1.5 g/cc. The density depends on the material of the wood. It's best to consult a wood density table to find the density of different wood types.
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1. Sand the surface of the table with 220-grit sandpaper to remove any current finish on the wood. Wipe the sanding dust away with a tack cloth. Skip this step if the surface is unfinished
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