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#1 posted 01-22-2013 07:14 PM

WRT, it looks like you signed up just to respond to this topic? Do you even know what this topic is about? It isn’t about water damage. It isn’t about putting a structure in your oven. It’s about determining the moisture content of a piece of wood. And when the weight no longer goes down in your oven, it has come into equilibrium with the surrounding environment. Wood needs to be within an acceptable range of moisture content before working with it, depending on the project.

“Are you serious? LOL. How the heck are you going to weigh a structure nobody mentioned a structure, in an oven no less,that has been water damaged nobody mentioned water damage? Answer: you are not. This is ludicrous. You are obviously not water certified nobody mentioned certification. There is no way to use this in the real world when it comes to woodworking, and this is a woodworking forum, there is. Contractors who claimed to be a contractor? are going to have to face the fact that they have no idea how to handle water damage again, water damage? and step aside while true certified professionals deal with this type of damage again, who’s talking about water damage?. IICRC all the way”

The only part of your response that has anything at all to do with this topic is the fact that you used the word “oven”.

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