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    I am looking for a product called PEG. It is used to preserve fresh cut wood to prevent cracking. IE: slab from a tree. The last time I saw it was in a woodworking mag. about 20 years ago.

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    I'm no expert but on a turning forum i visit i've heard of people using wax or even gloss paint to coat the ends of logs etc.
    kevin/pitbull.

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      Knothead - Rockler has Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) which is a green wood stabilizer. They also have pentacryl another preservative.

      Paul S.

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        Paul S WI - Thanks!! Went to their web sight and found it and to make it better they have a store about 40 miles from me.
        Thanks again
        Knothead

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          Woodcraft sells it too.
          Jeff Powell

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