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Re: you should have bought a fan

Bill Tindall, E.Tn.
Keep air moving over them for now. In the summer put them where it gets hot like an attic or loft and they will be fine by fall. Or rig the dehumidification somehow. 25% to 10 is where bad stuff happens

16% to 8% is what is hard to accomplish without lowering humidity by heat or dehumidification.

From my limited experience with firewood, red gum dries about like poplar....easy. The interlocked grain will make you wish you never owned it when it comes time to work it. .

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