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Maybe you’ve heard the phrase curing something. It’s a term that gets used in a lot of DIY or home improvement projects, usually to describe the final stages of preparation for various products and materials. But what does it actually mean?
The phrase curing something typically involves a method of preparation or alteration over a period of time, especially through chemical or physical processing, for preservation or use. The end result of curing is typically to achieve a type of fortification or strengthening of the final material or product, to maximize its potential and/or help it last longer. The term can be applied to a variety of materials and products across various types of projects from cooking to painting.
Regardless of what you’re curing, there is one important thing to remember - curing takes time and patience: