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Moisture Exclusion Properties of Wood Finishes 

Posted 9/20/2009 7:30:50 AM

Excerpt from USDA, Wood Handbook, Wood as an Engineering Material A coating that blocks all, moisture would be 100% effective; however, no coating is entirely moisture proof. There is as yet no way of completely keeping moisture out of wood that is exposed to prolonged periods of high RH. As wood is exposed to varying RH conditions, it absorbs or desorbs moisture depending on the RH. A coating that is effective at excluding moisture merely slows absorption or desorption of moisture; it cannot change the equilibrium moisture content. Taken directly from the "Wood Handbook"

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