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#1 posted 06-16-2009 01:17 PM

I have heard that you need to cut it at the correct time of year and kiln dry it right away for it to remain white. If you don’t you get a lot of gray in it. For flat boards it likes to twist a lot when drying.

Holy is the wood of choice for inlays. It turns just fine.

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