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    If you get bright sunshine ,simplest way is to wrap the wood in black plastic sheet to retain heat and leave it out in the sun all day......it will get to close on boiling point of water .

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    I've done that, just injected any remaining holes with polyurethane and recoated. We'll see how it worked if I have any sawdust volcanoes in a few days


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