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  1. We have a large stock of 100% kiln dried hardwood Ash in 45x60cm net bags (Approx 10kg.) All logs are cut to approx. 25cm and kiln dried to less than 18% moisture. See photos attached. Can deliver nationwide. PM with delivery address for a price including delivery. Many Thanks
  2. I have kiln dried softwood kindling available for wholesale. 50x40 Leno nets, neat stacked kiln dried softwood kindling, 60 on a pallet for £2+vat per net, 3 or more pallets at a time £1.90+vat. I sell these for £4 but some shops I supply charge £5. Prices are ex works, collection from Pontypool South Wales. Delivery available at cost. Cheers Ash 07772280850
  3. HIGH QUALITY KILN DRIED KINDLING! Our kindling is packed into clear plastic carry bags which weigh approximately 3kg. All our kindling is cut from softwood pine/spruce and kiln dried, resulting in a dry easy to light product. We can pack 260 bags on one pallet. Contact us for a price including delivery. sales@glossopfirewoodandfuelsuppliers.com
  4. Hello, I'm after some English/European Walnut, It doesn't have to be the best grade just a little seasoned……….. with heartwood of around 8"x 8"!! Can anybody help?
  5. Got a job where I need to make several hundred boxes for a distillery which has a lot of laser engraving on them. Tried some doug fir for the engraving and some other pines but it looks pretty crap. Thought of using poplar which is nice and light and there are a few logs lying around waiting to be milled. I cut some thin slices up on the bandsaw and dried them on the stove top and then stuck them in the laser. To say I was impressed would be an understatement. Crystal clear and consistent throughout. I have spent Easter Sunday and Monday milling up 4 logs and even managed to persuade my 19 year old son to help fill the kiln last night! Now to the question. Has anyone kiln dried poplar before. The logs have been down about 4 years and are still soaking wet and heavy. Do I treat it just like softwood and run it a bit harder than I would normally do beech/syc etc. This is a bit of a rush job so time is of the essence here.

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