knock down a tree, then use your shitty plastic ones as a template. don't forget to spray the laquer on so you don't get brush marks in it. should look nice, and give you a conversation starter at your next barbie.
Supposed to be Tasmanian Blackwood (acacia melanoxylon)
Says so in the owners manual. So it could be wood wood or plastic wood.
Best way to find out is to see if there are any repeating grain patterns, in natural wood the grain never has the same pattern.
"I married Miss Right. I just didn't know her first name was Always."
If not, they sure fooled my carpenter/furniture-restorer friend! They sure do dent like real laquered wood anyway!
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