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02-12-2018, 08:43 AM

Going from a cold Ohio winter to anywhere in Florida will not make the wood crack. Cracks happen when the wood loses enough moisture to shrink, which is cell walls collapsing, imploding, causing the cracks. The cracks likely existed and the oil weeping down into them revealed them by making them look darker. And gunk or dirt would significantly darken when saturated, as would the grain.


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