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Storing wood rounds/slices6/26
Is it ok to store/dry them standing up, instead of laying flat?
I ask because I am a bit tight on space, and would like to easily choose one instead which would be much more difficult to move every time.
Store them outside in the sun, that way they will crack faster, saving on time and emotional investment. Plus they will burn better in the stove come winter.
unfort. the plan is not to burn them:)
But make tables, w/ a log underneath as a stand.
It will not hurt them to be stored on edge.. I store all of the furniture lumber after drying on their edge.... as you said, makes it easy to pick out individual pieces..
If you are new at this.. recommend you search the archives & knowledge base here on drying them as 99% of disks will crack/split while drying...
Unfort? Plan B better include disposal, by some means or other. Letting all those BTUs go to waste is not good.