As Dries The Air So Shrinks The Wood
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Synopsis: Wood expert R.Bruce Hoadley says that assessing the humidity of the air in your shop or storage areas is as important as working with wood that has been properly dried in the first place.Moisture exchange in a board's surface layer, which takes place immediately, can cause disheartening problems with glues and finishes.
He explains how wood holds water and moisture content, as well as how relative humidity affects boards after being kiln-dried.He offers advice on controlling relative humidity and talks about his own shop's limitations.
Side information addresses weather, temperature, and humidity and how these ratios affect wood, and how to measure relative humidity...