Does Pentacryl have to be absorbed all the way through the wood to be effective?

In most cases the wood should be completely saturated with Pentacryl. In some cases however, woods that are quite stable by themselves may only require several coatings to the surface, while other woods with wild grain, a lot of tension, or those that are unstable such as fruitwoods, require full saturation. The individual user will have to determine whether or not to completely saturate the wood.

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