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Delete29/12/2009 19:03:48
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Will sugested using Salt to absorb the moisture
I would recomend Silica Gel. Salt if it get on the tools will promote rusting, part of  the reason to get rid of the moisture. The Silica Gel can be re vitalised in the oven whel it is moisture laden it is pink when dried it is clear.
Chris T03/01/2010 21:24:13
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 evening all
  I can rember when I belonged to a woodturneing club ,a chap their was asking me for a salt glased pipe as at the time I was a ground worker . a salt glased pipe is like a clay pipe , and what this chap was going to do was put a light bulb in it and block of the top with a tile so the pipe would heat up so would be like a night storage heater we. I dont know if this worked or not  as I never got to find out from him but its got to be worth a try.

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