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Posted on Turning a SALT Box

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#1 posted 597 days ago

Salt will react with the chemicals of any wood I believe so you will need some sort of barrier, maybe a plastic coating I know they sell and acrylic you can pour on one side then do your machining. You will also have to make it air tight to keep moisture out, A false top with baking soda to draw away the moisture would work.
Just a thought

-- Bob Egbert AKA Sandhill http://www.sandhillwoodworks.com/


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