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Thread: Driftwood

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    0 Not allowed!
    LOL I was doing the same thing but I was soaking mine to get it to sink. It was a great piece of bogwood but I allowed it to dry out so it would sink no more. I finally just tossed it out. Could have gone thru the ridual of gluing it to slate but seemed more trouble than worth it.

  2. Default How to Sink driftwood


    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by hobbs
    LOL I was doing the same thing but I was soaking mine to get it to sink. It was a great piece of bogwood but I allowed it to dry out so it would sink no more. I finally just tossed it out. Could have gone thru the ridual of gluing it to slate but seemed more trouble than worth it.
    Problem solved
    take a trip to the river and find a few peices of slate, drill some holes in the slate with a massonary bit use stainless steel screws and screw the slate to the drftwood easy as 1,2,3


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