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#1 posted 01-27-2019 03:09 AM

Yup. The only time you cover lumber is to shield it from direct sun or rain. If its inside you don’t need a cover. I have thousands of bdft air drying inside a barn with one wall open to the outside. I put concrete blocks on top of the slabs but don’t mess with the lumber. (I have a lot more than you do and can afford to be lazy and have a couple warped boards.)

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