I just found out I may have a chance to get some free gum wood.
Firewood. So I take it that it's probably no longer than 18", possible
less, and not split. Small pieces, for small projects. Probably sweet
gum, but don't know. Did some googling (naturally), and the pictures
looked nice, and suposedly it works well. Except it said it's prone to
warping while drying.
So, a question or two for anyone here that's used it, and more
specifically, dried it. Would I be better off sealing the ends, and
drying in a while section? Or, drying after it's been split up into
smaller chunks? Never used any before, and for sure never dried any.
It's free, and free wood is always popular wood. Hope some is
If you can read this you're in range.