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#1 posted 05-14-2018 11:57 AM

I forgot to mention that cedar oxidizes pretty fast in just plain air after it is cut.
so anything you can do to seal the wood from air and protect it from the sun’s
constant bombardment of Ultra Violet (UV) rays, the longer the natural colors “should” last.
you can’t preserve the aroma this way, but it should at least extend the bright colors.


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