Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
a different blank drying question

David
>I've got a handful of blanks in my basement that are anchor-sealed and drying. I've got them situated as best I can to allow airflow, but there isn't much airflow down there, so some of them have developed mold. So far none have cracked, but the mold concerns me for a few reasons:
1) A mild concern that mold will spread beyond the wood and I'll end up being one of those people with mold spore problems in the basement (so, first question would be should I have any concern about that?)
2) I'm quite sure I don't want to turn wood where the first thing I'm doing is knocking off mold and sending that airborne. I saw a post a while ago about cleaning the molds in chlorine or something? What do you do about this?

Thanks -

David B.

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