Thanks Slipknot, sorry for the mix up on the name. Mike just posted he may be open weekends starting the 21st. Don't need much, want to try it, have been making my own stuff for a few years and have been using all kinds of stuff, some work some don't. Some seal up better than others so I know that cedar is a perfered wood. I'll check with Mike, thanks again, Jack
I'm not Mike(I'm Bruce) but Mike at M & D's may have some but I'm not sure he is open on weekends. I don't know of any local just that place Liberty cedar but I think they are expensive now. How much do you need?
8-10 hours should do it usually so it doesn't sag. After that, I leave the light on until the next day. 24 hours to touch them lightly, I don't take a chance, I won't wire them up until hard as a rock and I keep them from touching each other also.
Temp. has a lot to do with curing times.