Hi there, depending on where you stay you can either dry them out in the sun. Put the pallet on some bricks or cinder blocks to raise them up. You can also use a fan to "air dry" them
Leave propped up in the open air!
Leave them in the sun.
I leave mine in the sun for a few days if they are wet.
Make sure when you leave them in the sun they aren’t resting right on the ground. Prop them up on rocks or bricks. :)
Here's a post that might help - https://palletenterprise.com/view_article/4194/Do%E2%80%99s-and-Don%E2%80%99ts-for-Drying-Lumber-and-Pallets
Place them in the sun, elevated ( cinderblocks) or on a waterproof tarp as not to collect ground surface moisture or dew. The more air circulation the better.
All you need to do is set up a decent dehumidifier beside the stack of wood to be dried, let it run, and it will suck the moisture right out of the wood. This can speed up the drying time from months or weeks to just a few days. Even better is if you add an air fan into the mix to produce some extra airflow.
Air dry in a dry environment. A garage or warehouse or barn would be best. You can run a fan to speed it up.
Lots of circulating fresh, dry air and hot sun. Put the pallet so there is minimal contact with the ground.
Put in your garage -- out of the elements!
Hi, hope this information helps you in drying out your pallets. Allow direct sun on the tops of piles or ends of lumber. Another common way to dry some species of lumber and pallet material is the use of fan sheds. A bank of fans is used to force air though lumber stacked with stickers or through stacked assembled pallets.Jun 1, 2014
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Right now it is summer time in Oregon and the easiest way for me to dry out a pallet would be to lean it up against a tree and let it set outside for about a week. But remember it needs to be elevated from the ground.
I found this online, may help if you're wanting to try to dry it in a shed or garage with a fan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGdGAKNJGWI
I put my palllets in the sun for a day.
If you are in a humid climate, then I'd bring it inside to a cool and less humid room. Otherwise, just put it in a sunny location outside!
Hi Che: I just lay mine out in the sun, standing up. I turn them around after a while so that both sides can get the sun on them. Good luck
Hello, once you have cleaned your pallet, leave it in the sunshine to dry
Move to a dry area that gets lots of sun.