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Old June 18, 2022, 01:37 PM   #8
Unkl Chuck
Join Date: December 21, 2012
Location: south of the piney woods,TX
Posts: 51
stinkeypete, I have to agree with you. 'salt curing' hardwood is high on my questionable idea list. In my opinion, air drying is probably the best with kiln drying second, don't bother with third place.
I've got some walnut and maple air drying in the back of my shop, probably good to use now. Got some Japanese BlueBerry salvage wood air curing to experiment with.
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