|Forum topic by glennl||posted 07-24-2008 02:20 PM||1094 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
07-24-2008 02:20 PM
Well, about a week ago or so I explained that we have to move to MUCH smaller quarters (from a house to a townhouse without a basement or a garage). See ”Middle aged and miserable in NJ” I’ll probably be forced to rent a (controlled environment) storage area in one of those storage facilities for about a year or so.
Part of what I’ll have to store is my wood supply. Some of which are: nice quilted maple (5/8” x 12” x 6 ft), cherry: (1/2” x 5” x 6 ft), purpleheart (2” x 12” x 4 ft), lots of red oak 1/2” to 3/4” thick by widths up to 6”, etc.
Does anyone have suggestions as to the best way to sotre this? I want to protect it from warping, cupping, etc.
Should I wrap it in plastic?, Store it vertically, horizontally?
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
-- GlennL, New Jersey