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#1 posted 11-13-2017 03:38 PM

Hello! I just got 3”Thick slabs that are 7’ long and 24” wide a piece. I am planning on using them to make my counter tops. The thing is, is they are still at 16% moisture. I am planning on installing metal braces on the underside to control warping. I was also told that I could seal the top and sides with a polyurethane while leaving the underside unfinished so that it can release moisture through the bottom. Is all of this going to work? Counter tops would be awfully wonderful as they are the first step to me having a kitchen and not just a grill outside, but I don’t want to ruin my beautiful wood and have to redo everything. Thanks for your wisdom!

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