Does anyone know how to prevent canonballs
cracking,flaking, and splitting?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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Take it out, let it dry naturally, clean it with fine steel wool or a
brush and treat it with something to
keep the air off it. I used Tremclad but the purist cannonball
scroungers probably don't agree.
I have heard of people drying them out with a very low temperature
setting in the oven but I've not tried that myself.
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