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End checking in lumber occurs because the ends, exposed to the air, dry fas

End checking in lumber occurs because the ends, exposed to the air, dry fas
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End checking in lumber occurs because the ends, exposed to the air, dry faster than the rest of the board. Prevent this by sealing the end grain with wax, shellac, or paint.

Updated Sunday, March 24th, 2013
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