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#1 posted 02-11-2017 02:14 AM


You should stack it outside behind the garage, cover it as already described. Do not put it in either building for at least a year. Rule of thumb is one year per inch of thickness before it s reached equilibrium.

- sawdustdad

I wish I could. Unfortunately, there isn’t room. My garage is up against shrubs and a fence. I suppose I could make the stack no 2’ in width and potentially fit it, but my garage roof would pour rain water down on it and it wouldn’t get much consistent wind. You’ve never had luck indoors?


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