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#1 posted 12-14-2018 05:15 PM

Sounds like you brought in large piecs that you then cut into smaller pieces. Once I cut a log into blanks, I put the blanks in a plastic bag, not sealed but folded over, then rough turn them and wrap with heavy kraft paper to dry. I usually only cut enough for a couple of weeks. If the whole piece is cracking on you, try putting one in a plastic bag or closed cardboard box to slow down eavaporation.

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