Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Re: Wet Bloodwood? Follow up.

Jim King
>Bruce: Just be sure to let the wood cool down to room temperature in the water. DONT take it out before the water cools with the wood in it. Just set it in a shady place in the shop and in 10 days it should be bone dry.

I dont have a clue about apple wood but the method works on tropical fruit woods. If you throw in a piece of apple wood I think a lot of people would be interested in your results.
Jim

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