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I use ordinary soap. I apply it on the ends with a little water. The same thing as the fancy solutions but cheap.
I have about 2 dozen chunks of wood (large branches cut into pieces ranging from 4 - 10 inches in diameter) I want to dry them out to use as centrepieces for my wedding. At the moment they are in my conservatory led on their sides. Am I doing the right thing to dry them out?
I have this wooden box and its wet where there was a hinge and screws, how can I dry it where the screws were? I took the whole thing apart but I have no idea how to dry wood where the screws or hinges were please help??!!!
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Posted:Sep 8, 2011
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