Do you split firewood wet or dry?
In Conclusion. The bottom line is that you can split both wet and dry wood. The latter is usually easier to split, though many people prefer to split the former so that it dries out more quickly. But if you use a log splitter, you shouldn't have trouble splitting either wet or dry wood.Aug 31, 2018
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Bring the water to a boil, and add the hot dogs just as the water begins to boil. Don't put hot dogs in water that's already at a rolling boil as this makes them more likely to split. Alternatively, you can put the hot dogs in cold water, and then bring it to a boil -- this also reduces the likelihood of a split.
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