Originally Posted by hendrix
Could you please explain to me what happens in the processing of your cedar, right from the chopping down of the actual tree (no pun intended)?
Is the wood air dried, kiln dried, is it dyed etc.?
Here is some info, hope it helps.
Cut from the heartwood of aromatic cedar and Kiln-Dried. We guarantee that our cedar products are made with a minimum of 75 percent heartwood - that's the red wood that you see and where the fragrant oil resides. Even after the scent seems to have disappeared, the wood continues to ward off insects, and a light sanding will rejuvenate the smell.
Our kiln-dried aromatic cedar shoe trees absorb perspiration and maintain shoe shape, while deodorizing with a naturally fresh scent.