Yellow / Red Cedar & Pine small squares boxes

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We have about 50 boxes of wood cut-offs we boxed up into literally solid blocks-tightly packed into postal boxes. Its mostly 6/4 & 8/4 yellow cedar, some have red cedar & you might find some 8/4(2") pine blocks in the mix too. The pieces are anywhere from 3"-8" long with the majority in the 4-5" area. These blocks would be great to make small poppers out of, small swimmers, etc. Every box is different. I have no way to see whats in the boxes. I asked my son to package these as evenly as he could. There may be pieces through drilled here, mostly not though.


The average weight of these boxes is 9 pounds!

Since it fills a regional rate large box I'm going to put these down as $5 for the wood and $12 for the usps on the site when placed with an order. This is for home based builders only, as always not for anyone if your selling.
NOTE: THE SHIPPING MAY NOT CALCULATE PROPERLY ON THESE BOXES WITH AN ORDER. IT IS $12 TO SHIP JUST THIS BOX WITH AN ORDER. THE ORDER STILL NEEDS TO MEET THE $15 SITE MINIMUM AND YOU STILL NEED TO PAY SHIPPING FOR THE REST OF THE ORDER WHICH GOES IN ANOTHER BOX. THIS IS BEYOND OUR CONTROL SRI.


WARNING: Sanding these products can expose you to Wood Dust, which is known to the
State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to
www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Saltys is a small business and exempt from California Proposition 65 warning requirements,
but choose to provide them voluntarily for known chemicals per California law.
Wash hands after handling, DO NOT smoke or eat with contaminated hands!
Keep away from children and do not ingest! USE COMMON SENSE!





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Alaskan Yellow Cedar Turning blanks will sand out to a very fine finish.
Since AYC is similar to POC or Red Cedar the same precautions apply in regards to turning safety and dust control.

Remember to use good dust collection or a respirator when sanding any kind of cedar.
They contain a very defined crystalline structure which is bad to inhale. All cedars are this way.
Also make sure you use a good quality hiding primer so you don't have problems with bleeding which are prevalent with all cedars.

Yellow cedar is one of the most enjoyable woods to not only turn but work with and even fish.
It's very buoyant with a specific gravity of around .55 but at the same time it's very dense and slow growing.

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