Wood Juice “The Dry Wood Stabilizer” – Moore Woodturning December 2011

By | 2017-04-25T02:59:29+00:00 December 11th, 2011|Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment Product Review|

Moore Woodturning Magazine. December 2011. By Fred Holder.  I mentioned Wood Juice in the article on Pentacryl in the November issue, but I had never used it. As a result, Preservation Solutions, LLC sent me a bottle  to try. Figure 1. At the time it arrived, I was fighting a Silver Maple piece of rough turned [...]

Pentacryl for Drying Wood – Moore Woodturning November 2011

By | 2017-04-25T02:59:29+00:00 November 13th, 2011|Blog, Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment, Wood Treatment Product Review|

Moore Woodturning November 2011 By Fred Holder Drying wood without cracks or checks and with minimum distortion is a problem near and dear to nearly all woodturners. Why just woodturners? Mostly, because we are more likely to use woods taken directly from the tree than other woodworkers. Many turners rough turn their bowls, etc. when the tree is first cut and [...]

Wood Stabilizer Solution to Keep Wood in Peak Aesthetic & Structural Condition

By | 2017-04-25T02:59:29+00:00 September 13th, 2011|Blog, Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment, Wood Treatment Product Review|

Those that work with wood products, whether it's in a museum as part of a group restoring old artifacts or within the woodworking industry producing products for the home or commercial market, will know, that these products can degrade and lose both their aesthetic and structural quality. That's why it's important for those working with [...]

New Treatment Halts Deterioration: Woodshop News article

By | 2017-04-25T02:59:29+00:00 May 16th, 2011|Press & Reviews, Wood Treatment Product Review|

New Treatment Halts Deterioration Woodshop News, April, 1999 By A.J. Hamler Few things are as frustrating as completing a project, only to have cracks appear in the wood as it dries. To prevent cracking, woodworkers - especially turners - have traditionally treated green wood with a chemical solution known as PEG (polyethylene glycol). According to [...]