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Old 12-08-2009, 01:22 PM
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Default Re: Debarking Diamond Willow

spring or late fall the bark comes off quite easily, but spring is better. I made myself a shaving mule, (shaving horse) and a draw knife. A bench vise with an old cut up radiator hose over the jaws works to. I use the bench vise with this rubber hose to hold the stick for diamond cleaning and sanding. Been doing it this way for years.
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I read somewhere that they use a high pressure water pump. They say it blows the bark right off. Don't know just saying. Merle
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