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#1 posted 12-20-2011 05:13 AM

Aromatic Eastern Red Cedar is very forgiving regarding drying. It tends to dry quickly and if stacked and stickered properly with adequate natural air flow it will air dry enough to work with in months, not years. Of course the thinner pieces will dry quicker than the thicker pieces.

It’s beautiful wood and in many ways a pleasure to work.

Good Luck and

Be Careful!


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