Yes. Pentacryl can be used to treat fruitwoods. Remember that all wood treated with Pentacryl must be allowed to dry very slowly. Be sure drying conditions are not too hot or too dry with no air movement. Ideal drying conditions are between 60°-70°F and 50-55% relative humidity.

To help slow the drying, smaller pieces of wood can be placed in a paper bag and larger pieces in a cardboard box both loosely open so the wood can breathe. Larger pieces can also be treated with the End Grain Sealer to help slow the drying.