Originally Posted by Bob in St. Louis
Oh cool, that sound promising. How do you know when it's done? Is there a "too warm" temp to stay under?
Sorry for the noob questions.
For the initial drying stage, I am staying at normal room temp inside my air conditioned kitchen at 68/70 degrees. It seems to be drying quite well and Thursday I will wax coat it and put in the wine cooler at 55 degrees with a humidity of 65%
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