Wood and Moisture Relationships

Even after being dried, solid wood products shrink and swell as they lose or gain moisture. Loss or gain of moisture also may interfere with paint adhesion and increase susceptibility to stain, decay, and insects. Many of these problems are preventable if the manufacturer or user understands wood and moisture relationships.

EM 8600    Published June 1995    7 pages
November 2014


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