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Posted on Building some outdoor chairs in Pennsylvania to be taken to Colorado

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#1 posted 04-14-2014 04:20 PM

I’d wait till it finally gets hot here in the northeast and the A/C is cycling on with great frequency. Leave the wood inside the house for a month and do as much work as possible in the A/C where the humidity should be much lower. Only take what you need outside to the shop (if you’re isn’t attached or in the basement) and return it to the lower humidity ASAP.

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