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Although the freezing can be done in a chest freezer, like biological specimens, a gay uk dating freeze is best. This can be achieved by immersing the wood in acetone with dry ice frozen CO 2 in it. Some acceptable results has been had using non-vacuum freeze drying in a domestic freezer chest, especially the frost free freezers.
When a domestic freezer is used, the wood is place in the freezer, after pre-treating in the appropriate PEG solution and left there until it is dried. In this non-vacuum process, the treatment time is much longer, in terms of months, as opposed to weeks in the vacuum freezer driers McCawley, Grattan, and Cook Of the treatments discussed here, freeze-drying is the most expensive.
The only chemical costs is for the PEG used to pretreat the wood and the amount required to treat a hand-size artifacts is negligible. Because of the size limitations, and the substantially higher costs when investing in equipment capable of treating larger objects, freeze-drying is restricted to small objects in most laboratories.