In this clip we're going to look at how cherry stain on maple can give a very decent approximation of actual cherry. And believe me, staining maple is a a lot cheaper than buying cherry. Let's take look. This is cherry plywood that we looked at earlier, and here's a piece of maple that I've stained with a little bit of cherry stain. Now obviously you're not necessarily going to fool anybody that this is cherry, as you can see them side by side. There is definitely a difference, but cherry can be difficult to find and quite expensive. So if you have some maple, a little bit of cherry stain can give a pretty decent approximation of cherry. They do have a very similar grain structure. So if you do a, do a decent job of staining you might be able to convince a lot of people that you've made a piece out of cherry when you've in fact made it out of maple.