Scandinavian Way To Properly Stack Firewood…There’s Some Great Reasons To Try It

Woodcutters in Scandinavian had stacked wood in radius patterns for good reason. By stacking wood this way it allows the wood to dry rapidly by letting air to circulate.

The old woodcutters use to try and have their wood cut, and split by Easter so it had time to dry out through the Summer months.

If your wood is still a little damp there is still time to get it dried out by following the Scandinavian way to stack wood.

There is some excellent advice here. Even if you don’t cut, and stack wood this video is worth watching, as you never know when it might come in handy.

There’s also a couple of 8 year old boys who know the meaning of real work shown in the video that’s worth seeing.




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