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Moisture Content
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titanxt's Moisture Meter post reminds me of a question. I turn several bowls a year. First, I turn the green piece to a 1" thickness, seal it and store it upside-down. Months later, when I check for MC, the inside is almost always dryer than the outside. Thus the question...why? The difference, generally is greater than 4%. I have the General pin meter.

I'm just curious. The answer will not change my routine, most likely.

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