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#1 posted 03-14-2013 10:46 PM

It’s a matter of having equal air flow around your wood so one side does not take on more moisture in the air than the opposite side, that can cause warping,cupping and twisting. If your going to store it flat it’s best to sticker it. When stickering your wood use the same type of wood for stickers as the wood is to prevent discoloration from the stickers.I would sticker you wood every 16”-24” and within 6” from the ends.

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